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Up close, viewers can appreciate the peaks and valleys created by the paint itself, as well as the cracks and blemishes that have accumulated over the centuries.

We will see if those defensive limitations are enough to derail another title bid, but the Chiefs aren’t the only ones with blemishes on their Super Bowl resume.

The number one thing that sells a red potato is a nice bright red skin color, without any blemishes.

Vaguely resembling a sunflower — or the Eye of Sauron from The Lord of the Rings — the spot appears as a dark blemish wreathed by ribbons of plasma that have been sculpted by magnetic fields sprouting from the spot’s center.

The only blemishes for the Packers were a missed extra point by Mason Crosby and a knee injury suffered by center Corey Linsley.

Through them alone came her interests and her emotions; consequently, she suffered no longer from her blemished life.

The sheet of paper had not been blemished but after a while Peter took it out and wrote the same thing on another.

We speak with sadness; the honour of the Church has been not a little blemished in the time of Honorius.

Not a curve that was blemished by an angle or ruffled by asperities.

There was the same blemished appearance as before, and the crack in the vase was now plainly visible.


On this page you'll find 216 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blemished, such as: flawed, impaired, injured, run down, bent, and busted.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.