blemish (part of speech: noun)
fault, dot, blot, pockmark, scratch, hack, defect, notch, drawback, scrape, stigma, mark, crack, rift, abrasion, deformity, lesion, blister, fleck, scar, defacement, nick, splotch, gash, brand, spoilage, scuff, impurity, kink, disfigurement, freckle, flaw, tarnish, stain, blemish, speck, score, spot, hurt, hole, weal, blotch, imperfection, discoloration, distortion, check, chip, wart, sore, slit, mar, damage, scab, fracture
- The presence of such a man as Lax in the country was an eyesore to Captain Clayton, which it was his primary duty to remove. - "The Landleaguers", Anthony Trollope.
- They had to carry all the rubbish away to some distance, for it would not do to leave it near the cave to be an eyesore during the happy days that they meant to spend there. - "Ethel Morton's Enterprise", Mabell S.C. Smith.
- For Julian Wemyss, whom none of them, except Miss Aline, had chosen to know, was receiving at his house, hitherto the eyesore and scandal of the neighbourhood, a Prince of the blood Royal. - "Patsy", S. R. Crockett.