farmer's skin

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farm·er's skin

dry, wrinkled skin with presence of dry premalignant keratoses; observed most commonly in fair-skinned, blue-eyed persons who are exposed by occupation or sport to sunshine for prolonged periods and over many years.
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The killer bug can penetrate the golfer's skin through cuts or scratches or through the lining of the mouth, throat or eyes.