a tiny, white or yellowish cystlike size just underneath the surface of the skin, brought on by retention associated with release of a sebaceous gland. Also called whitehead.
A genus of grasses for the tribe Agrostideæ and also the subtribe Stipeæ, characterized by an ovoid glume, rigid or hardened towards caryopsis, and an awn-less flowering glume.
[lowercase] In pathology, an affection of the sebaceous glands, caused by retention of the release in the shape of pearly or yellowish-white small globular figures embedded within the skin and projecting a little above its surface.
a little whitish swelling in the skin because of a clogged sebaceous gland