blemish (part of speech: noun)
fault, drawback, blot, pockmark, scratch, hack, defect, notch, eyesore, scrape, stigma, mark, crack, rift, abrasion, deformity, lesion, blister, fleck, scar, defacement, nick, splotch, gash, brand, spoilage, scuff, impurity, kink, distortion, freckle, flaw, tarnish, stain, blemish, speck, score, spot, hurt, hole, weal, blotch, imperfection, disfigurement, dot, check, chip, wart, sore, slit, mar, damage, scab, fracture
- The finest mental discipline is revealed in the greatest intensity, while yet all the faculties remain at normal, not heated, nor disturbed by the discoloration of heat. - "Quiet Talks about Jesus", S. D. Gordon.
- Only a discoloration of one eye showed where Captain Cy's blow had left its mark. - "Cy Whittaker's Place", Joseph C. Lincoln.
- The clinical features are pain, bleeding from the nose, discoloration, and swelling. - "Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition.", Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson.