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welt (WELT) (noun)
1. Usually a large bump or red area that appears on a person's skin because of injury or illness: "Lillian should go to the doctor because that welt looks worse today."
2. A reinforced decorative border on a garment: "The welt on the pocket was made with a contrasting color."
wilt (WILT) (verb)
1. When plants bend over because of not having enough water: "Hot weather may wilt the roses if Cindy doesn't water them."
2. To become tired often as the result of hot weather: "If Travis and Andrea don’t sit in the shade, they are going to wilt in this heat."

Emily tends to wilt in today's hot weather, and in addition, she lost her balance and fell down and got a large red welt on her knee.