Blistering

Localised delamination of a paint film in the form of blisters from the underlying surface.

blistering

  1. the formation of vesicles
  2. scorch with words

Blistering

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blistering

[adj] - hot enough to raise (or as if to raise) blisters 2. [adj] - very fast
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Blistering

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Blister
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blistering

blistery adjective hot enough to raise (or as if to raise) blisters; `blistering sun`
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Blistering

Although seemingly dry, paper does contain approximately 5% moisture. In cases where there is excessive moisture, and the paper is passed through a high heat-drying chamber, the moisture within the paper actually boils and causes a bubble or blistering effect.
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Blistering

Application of a caustic agent, or blister, to the leg. Formerly and, occasionally, still used in the treatment of a number of conditions, such as spavin, ringbone, and bowed tendon. Thought to encourage internal healing in some cases.
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Blistering

Formation of dome-shaped projections in paints or varnish films resulting from local loss of adhesion and lifting of the film from the underlying surface.
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blistering

hot enough to raise (or as if to raise) blisters
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Blistering

The consequence of a tyre, or part of a tyre, overheating. Excess heat can cause rubber to soften and break away in chunks from the body of the tyre. Blistering can be caused by the selection of an inappropriate tyre compound (for example, one that is too soft for circuit conditions), too high tyre pressure, or an improperly set up car.
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BLISTERING

The formation of bubbles or pimples on the painted surface caused by moisture in the wood by painting before the previous coat has dried thoroughly or by excessive heat or grease under the paint.
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Blistering

The formation of bubbles or pimples on the painted surface caused by moisture in the wood by paintin
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BLISTERING

The formation of bubbles or pimples on the painted surface caused by moisture in the wood by painting before the previous coat has dried thoroughly or by excessive heat or grease under the paint.
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Blistering

The irregular rising of a thin layer of placed mortar or concrete at the surface during or soon after completion of the finished operation.
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blistering

Type: Term Pronunciation: blĭ′stĕr-ing Synonyms: vesiculation1
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