EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WART
What is it when one kisses his mistress' freckle neck, another the wart on her nose?
That was my school nickname, from a wart I once had on my chin.
Her lips drooped at the corners and there was a wart upon her chin.
He discovers a wart, he pries into a pore; and he calls it knowledge of man.
He had a wart on his cheek, and wore a straw hat summer and winter.
But, for God's sake, are you going to sit here like a wart on a dead dog an' wait for 'em?
I've said the Indian must die, because he has no wart on his nose.
Cromwell had a wart on his nose, but still was esteemed an efficient man.
He is fifty years old and has a red nose and a wart on his chin.
“Come on, Wart,” Hampden called to Siddons from the doorway.
Old English wearte, from Proto-Germanic *warton- (cf. Old Norse varta, Old Frisian warte, Dutch wrat, Old High German warza, German warze "wart"), from PIE root *wer- (1) "high, raised spot on the body, or other bodily infirmity" (cf. Latin verruca "swelling, wart;" see vary). Phrase warts and all "without concealment of blemishes" is attested from 1763, supposedly from Oliver Cromwell's instruction to his portrait painter.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WART
- beauty spot
- blot on the landscape