English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "rash"

Poison ivy is a plant which causes a painful, itchy rash to any part of the body that comes in contact with its leavesSophie got an itchy rash on her arms and face after using a new soap she bought.

Poison ivy is a plant which causes a painful, itchy rash to any part of the body that comes in contact with its leaves.

We used cotton diapers for both our children, and they never really got much of a rash on their bums.

If your baby gets a bad diaper rash, let him run around outside with nothing on as often as possible, until it clears up.

Don't make a rash decision about buying a used car; have it checked by a mechanic first to make sure that it is in good shape.

I guess I acted rashly when I yelled at Thierry without first asking for his side of the story.

I've developed a sensitivity to sunshine so wherever I get a sunburn, I get a red, itchy rash.

There has been a rash of UFOs sightings in the last few days, with more than 10 calls to police on Monday alone.

The rash of gang murders has prompted police to increase their patrols of the area where the killings have occurred.

My daughter breaks out in a rash any time she eats strawberries.

There has been a rash of forest fires recently, due to our hot, dry weather.

Police believe that the rash of car thefts lately has been caused by a gang of youths living in the area.

General George Patton once said that taking calculated risks is different from being rash.

A proverb from New Zealand observes that the prudent embark when the sea is calm, the rash when it's stormy.

Find someone who has had a rash in the past year.


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