What are the opposite words for un-blemished?

The word "un-blemished" refers to something without any marks or flaws. Its antonyms are "blemished," "imperfect," "faulty," "defective," "marred," "damaged," "spoiled," "corrupted," "tainted," and "stained." These words describe things that are not perfect, or that show signs of wear and tear, damage, or imperfection. For example, a blemished apple might have a bruise or a spot, while a defective product could have a faulty component. Similarly, a stained shirt might have a mark on it, and a corrupted file might be damaged and unusable. The antonyms of "un-blemished" convey a sense of imperfection and highlight the flaws in different objects, materials, or ideas.

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