blemished (part of speech: verb)
distorted, defected, cracked, scuffed, defaced, gashed, checked, freckled, nicked, scarred, marred, slitted, flecked, tainted, fractured, hacked, blotted, blistered, deformed, scraped, scratched, discolored, notched, stained, hurt, tarnished, specked, splotched, spoiled, damaged, kinked, spotted, scored, marked, blemished, chipped, disfigured, abraded
- The region to the west is dotted over with innumerable minute craterlets. - "The Story of the Heavens", Robert Stawell Ball.
- He found the Rover attentively considering the stranger, whose hull had by this time risen out of the sea, and exhibited a long, dotted, yellow line, which the eye of every man in the ship well knew to contain the ports whence the guns that marked her particular force were made to issue. - "The Red Rover", James Fenimore Cooper.
- The drive to the house lay mainly through a vast park, dotted with stiff and melancholy woods. - "Lady Rose's Daughter", Mrs. Humphry Ward.