[ skˈɪn ɹˈaʃ], [ skˈɪn ɹˈaʃ], [ s_k_ˈɪ_n ɹ_ˈa_ʃ]
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How to use "Skin rash" in context?
People get skin rashes for many reasons. Acne, friction, overexposure to the sun, poison ivy and other plants, changes in weather, and even a fungus or bacteria can cause a skin rash. The rash may show as one big, flat, red spot or as many small, individual spots. The rash may also have a rash line, a line of redness that runs across the top of the rash. Sometimes the rash is itchy.
Homophones for Skin rash:
- smirk, Skeen Arch, syneresis, sui generis, Simon Marks, seigniorage, summarize, summarise, Skene Arch, senior high, scheme arch, sunrise, synaeresis, sonorous, shamrock, summerise, summer house, sun rose, summer cohosh, synergy, synercus, smirch, summer squash, sunrose, summerhouse, summerize, Semiminor Axis.
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