a minor disfigurement or blemish on a person’s skin at birth; nevus.
Contemporary Examples

The Stacks: The True Greatness of Muhammad Ali Peter Richmond February 22, 2014

Historical Examples

The Education of Henry Adams Henry Adams
Children of the Dawn Elsie Finnimore Buckley
The Last Shot Frederick Palmer
Penrod Booth Tarkington
Fresh Fields John Burroughs
Captives of the Flame Samuel R. Delany
Self Knowledge and Guide to Sex Instruction T. W. Shannon
The Secret Mark Roy J. Snell
The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 2 Elizabeth Bisland

a blemish or new growth on skin formed before birth, usually brown or dark red; naevus


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