Excoriation [noun]

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His excoriation of Douglas was scornfully withering and scorching.

A preacher wrote me the other day that he approved of every word of an "excoriation" that some religious editor had given me.

There is no tendency to spontaneous rupture, but should they be broken a superficial excoriation results.

A variety called hepatic dysentery, however, lacks the intestinal excoriation.

Dysentery is a flux of the bowels with a sanguinolent discharge and excoriation of the intestines.

Diarrhoea is a simple flux of the bowels, without either the sanguinolent discharges or the intestinal excoriation.

The excoriation gradually develops into superficial ulceration, and the diseased area becomes slowly larger and larger.

When eczema is once inaugurated, excoriation is to be expected.

He also advises the employment of Castile soap, and of glycerine soap, should there be any excoriation of the skin.

In his bitter self-excoriation he had no thought of condemnation for her.