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[skˈɑː], [skˈɑː], [s_k_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, mar, mark, nick, notch, pockmark, rift, scab, 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.

Other synonyms

Excrescency, Saint Mark, Whitehead, afflict, agitate, alarm, alluvion, alluvium, ancon, appal, appall, bank, beach, beat, bell ringer, besmirch, birthmark, blackhead, blain, blaze, blaze a trail, bleb, blight, blobber lip, blubber lip, bluff, bruise, bull's eye, bulla, bump, burn, cabbage, cacography, calumniate, caste mark, chalk, chalk up, check mark, check off, checkmark, chicken feed, chump, cicatrice, cicatrices, cicatrix, cicatrize, clams, cliff, coast, comedo, commemorate, commissure, condemn, contusion, crag, crater, craze, crisscross, cross, cross off, cross out, cut, dapple, dash, defame, define, deformation, delimit, demarcate, demoralize, denounce, dent, depreciate, derelict, differentiate, dig, discolour, discolouration, discredit, disease, disfiguration, dishonour, disparage, disrepute, distinguish, dueling memento, dupe, earmark, engrave, engraving, erratum, error, escarpment, excoriation, excrescence, face, fall guy, fingernail mark, flick, fool, footmark, footprint, footstep, frankenstein monster feature, frighten, gouge, grade, graving, grease, gull, harm, hatch, hemangioma, hickey, hollow out, horrify, impair, impairment, impress, imprint, incision, injure, injury, innings, intimidate, ironbound coast, joint, jot, junction, juncture, kale, keloid, knife, label, lacerate, lard, lasting impression, lay, lea, lentigo, lettuce, line, lolly, lump, macula, maculation, maim, make a mark, mark from injury, mark of combat, mark of wound, mark off, mark on body, mark out, marker, marking, match, milium, mole, moolah, mottle, mug, mutilate, needle scar, nevus, nock, note, old unpleasant incident, old wound, old wound mark, oppose, palisade, palisades, patch, patsy, peck, pelf, pencil, pepper, petrify, pillory, pimple, pinch, piste, pit, plastic surgeon's concern, play off, playa, pock, pock-mark, pockmarked, point, polka dot, poor handwriting, port-wine mark, port-wine stain, precipice, print, protuberance, psychologically damage, pug, punch, punctuate, puncture, pustule, put, relic, remains, riddle, ridge, ruin, scar tissue, scarification, scarify, scarp, scarred, scarring, scent, schlemiel, scotch, scratching, scrawl, seabank, seabeach, seaboard, seacoast, seal, seam, seaside, sebaceous cyst, set, shock, shore, sign, skin blemish, slander, slash, slur, smear, smirch, smudge, soft touch, speckle, splash, split, splodge orsplotch, stab, stamp, start, startle, steep, stigmatise, stigmatize, stitch souvenir, stone, strand, strawberry mark, streak, striate, strike off, strike out, stripe, sty, sully, surgery reminder, suture, symptom, tattoo, tattoo mark, terrify, tick, tick off, tincture, tinge, tittle, trace, track, track mark, tracks, trail, traumatize, twist, underline, underscore, verruca, vesicle, vestige, wake, wale, wall, warp, watermark, welt, wem, wen, wheal, whelk, whip, worry, wound, wound mark.

Rhymes for Scar:

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

Quotes for Scar:

  1. I'm a catalyst for change. You can't be an outsider and be successful over 30 years without leaving a certain amount of scar tissue around the place. Rupert Murdoch.
  2. Have you ever been hurt and the place tries to heal a bit, and you just pull the scar off of it over and over again. Rosa Parks.
  3. Every stress leaves an indelible scar and the organism pays for its survival after a stressful situation by becoming a little older. Hans Selye.

Idioms of Scar:

  1. scar over;