a mark left by a healed wound, sore, or burn.
a lasting aftereffect of trouble, especially a lasting psychological injury resulting from suffering or trauma.
any blemish remaining as a trace of or resulting from injury or use.
Botany. a mark indicating a former point of attachment, as where a leaf has fallen from a stem.
verb (used with object), scarred, scarring.
to mark with a scar.
verb (used without object), scarred, scarring.
to form a scar in healing.
any mark left on the skin or other tissue following the healing of a wound
a permanent change in a person’s character resulting from emotional distress: his wife’s death left its scars on him
the mark on a plant indicating the former point of attachment of a part, esp the attachment of a leaf to a stem
a mark of damage; blemish
verb scars, scarring, scarred
to mark or become marked with a scar
(intransitive) to heal leaving a scar
an irregular enlongated trench-like feature on a land surface that often exposes bedrock
a similar formation in a river or sea
The fibrous tissue that replaces normal tissue destroyed by injury or disease. v. scarred, scar·ring, scars
To mark with a scar or become marked with a scar.
To form scar.
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noun 1. a bright-red color inclining toward orange. 2. cloth or clothing of this color. adjective 3. of the color scarlet. 4. flagrantly offensive: Their sins were scarlet. noun 1. a vivid red colour, sometimes with an orange tinge 2. cloth or clothing of this colour adjective 3. of the colour scarlet 4. sinful or […]
noun 1. a slightly woody vine, Clematis texensis, of Texas, having bluish-green leaves, plumed fruit, and solitary, urn-shaped, scarlet-to-pink flowers.
- Scarlet corn
noun a breed of heirloom corn raised to have high levels of anthocyanin, a red-hued flavonoid which helps fight disease
noun 1. a small, fleshy, saucer-shaped fungus, Sarcoscypha coccinea, of the family Sarcoscyphaceae, marked by a scarlet inner surface and white exterior, seen on fallen branches in the spring.