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cicatrise

Another word from Dracula. Well, near enough – the actual word was ‘cicatrised’.

cic·a·trize /ˈsɪkəˌtraɪz/ verb, –trized, –triz·ing.
verb (used with object)
1. Physiology. to heal by inducing the formation of a cicatrix.
verb (used without object)
2. to become healed by the formation of a cicatrix.

Also, especially British, cic·a·trise.

[Origin: 1350-1400; ME < ML cicātrizāre. See cicatrix, -ize]

Related forms
cic·a·tri·zant, adjective
cic·a·tri·za·tion, noun
cic·a·triz·er, noun

Source: Dictionary.com.

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