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scab over

[for a wound] to form a scab. The wound soon scabbed over and the injury was well on its way to healing. I hope this shaving cut scabs over before I have to leave for work.
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scab over

v.
To become covered by a scab: The wound scabbed over and eventually healed.
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scabbed

(ˈskæbd)
mod. cheated in a drug deal; having been sold bogus or inferior drugs. Bart got scabbed by a dealer who got arrested the next day.
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Scabbing - Many of the causes associated with scabbing are similar to those associated with buckling/bulging.
Temperature or humidity fluctuations beyond [+ or -] 2F or [+ or -] 5%, respectively, also will place undo stress on the thin primary shell, and must be controlled to avoid shell cracking, scabbing or buckling.
In the treatment of external genital and perianal warts, clinical studies showed most local skin reactions were mild to moderate, and included erythema, erosion, flaking, edema, scabbing and induration at the wart site.
It is in these areas that the scabbing tendency of the sand is greatest as springback and sand expansion increase.
In the treatment of external genital and perianal warts, most local skin reactions were mild to moderate and included erythema, erosion, flaking, edema, scabbing and induration at the wart site.