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1. Her face had been blistered by the sun.
2. Those new shoes blistered her toes.
3. Her feet were badly blistered.
4. The tropical heat blistered the coast.
5. The heat blistered the paint.
6. The sun blistered the paintwork.
7. He had a blistered heel.
8. The sun blistered the paint on the wall.
9. Their hands blistered, but no one complained.
10. My hands were blistered from all the digging.
11. The hot sun blistered the paint.
12. The paint blistered in the sun.
13. My hands blistered from holding the racket.
14. The general manager blistered his secretary in front of the whole office.
15. He blistered his aides.
16. Brown blistered his players for their weak defensive game.
17. A searing beam of high-energy protons blistered the air.
18. A letter sweater pulling away from blistered shoulders.
19. His face was raw and blistered.
20. Her back ached[sentencedict.com], her hand was blistered.
21. For others, blistered and saddle-sore, just reaching the finishing line sufficed.Sentence dictionary
22. Our feet often became too sore and blistered to be put into shoes, so we walked home in our stockinged feet.
23. The ravages of the fire showed in the splintered woodwork and blistered paint of the houses.
24. It takes guts to keep on running even though you have blistered feet.
25. He brought out the fiddle, its varnish cracked and blistered.
26. The paintwork on some of its window frames was blistered and peeling like scabrous skin.
27. It is a small, rocky body; its surface is covered with craters and blistered by the heat of the Sun.
28. He felt a slight tickling as his old skin blistered.
29. Irvin stood before the crowd at Texas Stadium that day and blistered the fans who ripped Switzer.
30. The healers themselves always needed healing, as their own naked bodies blistered in the sun.
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