You don't hardly hear of chilblain feet now, but then most every child you saw had cracked heels.
The beastly thing's alphabetical, and only gets to "chilblain."
"Yes," said he, in that cool way he has, which can be as irritating as a chilblain.
"Break the camera," Burnett Minor murmured to the chilblain.
But I was not so to be finished off, though feeling in my knuckles now as if it were a blueness and a sense of chilblain.
Got a thorn in your shoe, or a stone-bruise, or a chilblain?
I did look like that in his studio, though the chilblain was itching.
Many a chilblain I carried away from kneeling on those granite flags.
Jimmy would be sure to tell her that the first signs of a chilblain were approaching.
But Boreas Bluster, coming in just then, saw what was going on, and gave chilblain a whack that sent him spinning out of the room.
chilblain chil·blain (chĭl'blān')
Erythema, itching, and burning, especially of the dorsa of the fingers and toes, and of the heels, nose, and ears, resulting from exposure to moist cold. Also called erythema pernio.