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Clot vs. Scab

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Clotnoun

A thrombus, solidified mass of blood.

Scabnoun

An incrustation over a sore, wound, vesicle, or pustule, formed during healing.

Clotnoun

A solidified mass of any liquid.

Scabnoun

The scabies.

Clotnoun

A silly person.

Scabnoun

The mange, especially when it appears on sheep.

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Clotverb

(intransitive) To form a clot or mass.

Scabnoun

(uncountable) Any of several different diseases of potatoes producing pits and other damage on their surface, caused by streptomyces bacteria (but formerly believed to be caused by a fungus).

Clotverb

(transitive) To cause to clot or form into a mass.

Scabnoun

Common scab, a relatively harmless variety of scab (potato disease) caused by Streptomyces scabies.

Clotnoun

A concretion or coagulation; esp. a soft, slimy, coagulated mass, as of blood; a coagulum.

‘Doth bake the egg into clots as if it began to poach.’;

Scabnoun

(plant disease) Any one of various more or less destructive fungal diseases that attack cultivated plants, forming dark-colored crustlike spots.

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Clotverb

To concrete, coagulate, or thicken, as soft or fluid matter by evaporation; to become a cot or clod.

Scabnoun

(founding) A slight irregular protuberance which defaces the surface of a casting, caused by the breaking away of a part of the mold.

Clotverb

To form into a slimy mass.

Scabnoun

A mean, dirty, paltry fellow.

Clotnoun

a lump of material formed from the content of a liquid

Scabnoun

A worker who acts against trade union policies, especially a strikebreaker.

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Clotverb

change from a liquid to a thickened or solid state;

‘coagulated blood’;

Scabverb

(intransitive) To become covered by a scab or scabs.

Clotverb

cause to change from a liquid to a solid or thickened state

Scabverb

(intransitive) To form into scabs and be shed, as damaged or diseased skin.

Clotverb

turn into curds;

‘curdled milk’;

Scabverb

(transitive) To remove part of a surface (from).

Clotverb

coalesce or unite in a mass;

‘Blood clots’;

Scabverb

(intransitive) To act as a strikebreaker.

Scabverb

To beg (for), to cadge or bum.

‘I scabbed some money off a friend.’;

Scabnoun

An incrustation over a sore, wound, vesicle, or pustule, formed by the drying up of the discharge from the diseased part.

Scabnoun

The itch in man; also, the scurvy.

Scabnoun

The mange, esp. when it appears on sheep.

Scabnoun

A disease of potatoes producing pits in their surface, caused by a minute fungus (Tiburcinia Scabies).

Scabnoun

A slight irregular protuberance which defaces the surface of a casting, caused by the breaking away of a part of the mold.

Scabnoun

A mean, dirty, paltry fellow.

Scabnoun

A nickname for a workman who engages for lower wages than are fixed by the trades unions; also, for one who takes the place of a workman on a strike.

Scabnoun

Any one of various more or less destructive fungus diseases attacking cultivated plants, and usually forming dark-colored crustlike spots.

Scabverb

To become covered with a scab; as, the wound scabbed over.

Scabverb

to take the place of a striking worker.

Scabnoun

someone who works (or provides workers) during a strike

Scabnoun

the crustlike surface of a healing skin lesion

Scabverb

form a scab;

‘the wounds will eventually scab’;

Scabverb

take the place of work of someone on strike

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