Pockmarked



[pok-mahrk] /ˈpɒkˌmɑrk/

noun
1.
Usually, pockmarks. scars or pits left by a pustule in smallpox or the like.
2.
a small pit or scar:
a tabletop full of pockmarks.
verb (used with object)
3.
to or scar with or as with pockmarks:
gopher holes pockmarking the field.
/ˈpɒkˌmɑːkd/
adjective
1.
abounding in pockmarks
/ˈpɒkˌmɑːk/
noun
1.
Also called pock. a pitted scar left on the skin after the healing of a smallpox or similar pustule
2.
any pitting of a surface that resembles or suggests such scars
verb
3.
(transitive) to scar or pit (a surface) with pockmarks

pockmark pock·mark (pŏk’märk’)
n.
A pitlike scar that is left on the skin by smallpox or another eruptive disease.
pock’marked’ adj.

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