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[mˈɑː], [mˈɑː], [m_ˈɑː]


blemish (noun)

abrasion, blemish, blister, blot, blotch, brand, check, chip, crack, damage, defacement, defect, deformity, discoloration, disfigurement, distortion, dot, drawback, eyesore, fault, flaw, fleck, fracture, freckle, gash, hack, hole, hurt, imperfection, impurity, kink, lesion, mark, nick, notch, pockmark, rift, scab, scar, score, scrape, scratch, scuff, slit, sore, speck, splotch, spoilage, spot, stain, stigma, tarnish, wart, weal.

blemish (verb)

abrade, deface, deform, discolor, disfigure, distort, spoil, taint.

damage (verb)

depredate, despoil, lay waste, pillage, ransack, ravage, rend, ruin, vandalize, waste, wreak havoc, wreck.

err (verb)

blunder, botch, bungle, err, fluff, goof, miscalculate, misconceive, misconstrue, misestimate, misjudge, slip, stumble, trip.

Other synonyms

Endamage, Excrescency, Misshape, abase, abuse, abusive, adulterate, afflict, annihilate, annul, are, attack, baby, baffle, balk, ball up, balls up, bastardize, batter, be all thumbs, be slovenly, bend, besmirch, bilk, blanket, blast, blight, blow, blunder away, blunder into, blunder on, blunder upon, blur, bobble, boggle, bollix, bollix up, bollocks, bollocks up, botch up, break, bruise, bumble, burn, butcher, cancel, cause damage to, cheapen, chop, cicatrix, cicatrize, circumvent, claw, clouding, cocker, coddle, commit a gaffe, compromise, consume, contaminate, corrode, corrupt, cosset, craze, cripple, cross, crush, cut, cut up, damp, darken, debase, debauch, debauchery, debilitate, defaced, defeat, deficiency, defile, deflower, degrade, delinquency, demerit, demolish, demoralise, demoralize, dent, deprave, depreciate, depress, derange, destroy, deteriorate, detestable, detract, detract from, detriment, devastate, dilapidate, diminish, ding, dirtied, dirty, disable, disappoint, disconcert, discountenance, discredit, disgrace, disgusting, dishearten, dishonest, dishonorable, dislocate, disproportion, disprove, disserve, dissuade, downgrade, drunkenness, dysphemize, faux pas, faze, featherbed, feaze, feeze, fetid, filth, filthy, flounder, flub, foil, foul, foul language, foul up, foul-up, fouled, frustrate, fuck up, fumble, go bad, gouge, graduate, grate against, graze, grimy, groove, grubby, gum up, harm, hateful, hike, homely, immobilize, impair, impoverish, in March, incise, indulge, infected, infest, injure, injury, intemperance, invalidate, labefy, lacerate, leave scratches on, lewdness, line, loathsome, look a fright, look a mess, look bad, look like hell, look something terrible, louse up, lower, lumber, maim, make imperfect, mangle, march, marching music, master of architecture, mess about, mess up, mess-up, miscue, misdirect, mishandle, mollycoddle, month, muck up, muddle, muff, mutilate, nasty, off the hinge, offend, offend the eye, on the bum, overexpose, override, overrun, overshadow, pamper, pauperize, pervert, plague, play havoc with, plunder, poison, pollute, polluted, prejudice, profane, reduce, render useless, riddle, rough up, ruination, rust, scarify, scath, scathe, scorch, scourge, screw up, shake up, shend, shortcoming, slangballs up, slash, smash, smirch, snub, soil, spike guns, split, spoil something, spoil sport, spring month, stigmatize, subvert, sully, throw away, thwart, truncate, turn sour, tweak, twist, uglify, undermine, undo, vice, vitiate, vulgarize, warp, weaken, weather, wither, wound, wrong.

Rhymes for Mar:

  1. fahr, bar, tar, parr, spar, gar, far, starr, car, tsar, scar, jar, czar, star, par, ar, are, char, r;
  2. bizarre, bazar, afar, ajar, guitar, disbar, renoir, myanmar, bazaar, qatar, dakar, dinar;
  3. superstar;

Quotes for Mar:

  1. Marriage is distinctly and repeatedly excluded from heaven. Is this because it is thought likely to mar the general felicity? Samuel Butler.
  2. Leave it as it is. The ages have been at work on it and man can only mar it. Theodore Roosevelt.

Idioms of Mar:

  1. mar sth up;