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noun as in blemish from previous injury or illness

verb as in mark, hurt

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But it is the lasting emotional scars that have been the hardest to deal with.

But he just made me feel like I was the most beautiful woman in the world regardless of scars or any imperfections.

The population has since thinned somewhat, but the economic scars of the war have not.

To the untrained eye, they look like normal scars; products of the typical follies of youth.

All that seemed clear was the injustice of a man carrying scars from two sides of an increasingly multi-sided war.

A Yankee, whose face had been mauled in a pot-house brawl, assured General Jackson that he had received his scars in battle.

Years afterward, when people made scars, they stained them with all sorts of things.

They're the most curious scars in the world, these scars transferred by repercussion from an injured Double.

There were also a good many other scars and bruises upon his body, for the cost of building a western railroad is usually heavy.

Up and down the barony went Sebastian, showing his scars inflicted by paynims, drawing all after him.


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scars, such as: blister, flaw, disfigurement, wound, defect, and crater.

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