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. Paul [pawl] /pɔl/ (Show IPA), 1610–60, French novelist, dramatist, and poet. noun 1. Paul (pɔl). 1610–60, French comic dramatist and novelist, noted particularly for his picaresque novel Le Roman comique (1651–57)
adjective, scarrier, scarriest. 1. marked with the scars of wounds. adjective 1. full of precipitous, rocky places. noun 1. Richard McClure, 1919–94, U.S. author and illustrator of children’s books.
noun 1. a town in SE New York, N of New York City.
verb (used with or without object), Scot. 1. to scratch, scrape, mark, or scar. verb 1. to scratch or scrape noun 2. a scratch or scrape 3. a stroke of a pen 4. a small amount; scraping noun 1. (electronics) a 21-pin plug-and-socket system which carries picture, sound, and other signals, used especially in home […]