uncalloused

uncalloused

(ʌnˈkæləst)
adj
not calloused
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Site of puncture: Because the course of the plantar arteries and veins is on the medial aspect of the plantar surface of the heel, this is the preferred site for puncture however almost any place on the fleshy, uncalloused heel of the infant is suitable for blood collection.
Yet these are the people in whose hands - uncalloused by manual labour - rests the fate of Birmingham's market traders.
And advocates for America's homeless humans should be pleased, too, as it is a good indicator of a man on an uncalloused mission.
As he puts it: "I love the countryside and I'm wedded to the beauty of rural West Wales, but I'm a stranger to the soil; I have writer's hands, soft and uncalloused for a man in his forties.
When I handed the finished fly to her, she held it in her yet uncalloused hand as if it were a finely polished gem of inestimable value.
He wore an indigo-dyed homespun cotton jacket and rough brown workmen's trousers, but nothing could disguise his uncalloused scholar's hands and his well-modulated speech.