Paul, you land a couple of blows on whitlow and then follow Alice.
A felon or whitlow is a more extensive and a more serious condition.
The commonest form of onychia has already been referred to with whitlow.
"I—I expect so," said whitlow, clinging to his brief case with both hands.
Insertion in hot water will cure that troublesome and fearful thing called a whitlow.
whitlow half-expected him to remove his hat, but he did not.
whitlow smiled and smirked in the direction of his acquaintances, but he received no invitation to join them.
Yet, so far as I can find, whitlow is a richer man than he was three years ago.
whitlow discharged his man this winter, and took in his place a half-grown boy.
For some days Ninnis had been enduring the throbbing pain of a whitlow and had not been having sufficient sleep.
whitlow whit·low (wĭt'lō')