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Scarify   Listen
verb
Scarify  v. t.  (past & past part. scarified; pres. part. scarifying)  
1.
To scratch or cut the skin of; esp. (Med.), to make small incisions in, by means of a lancet or scarificator, so as to draw blood from the smaller vessels without opening a large vein.
2.
(Agric.) To stir the surface soil of, as a field.






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Words linked to "Scarify" :   score, mark, scar, nock, puncture



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