blemishing (part of speech: verb)
distorting, blotting, deforming, dotting, discoloring, splotching, scuffing, blistering, staining, specking, disfiguring, tainting, spoiling, scraping, gashing, checking, nicking, spotting, tarnishing, abrading, cracking, hacking, flawing, scoring, notching, flecking, freckling, chipping, marking, defacing, damaging, kinking, slitting, scratching, marring, blemishing, fracturing, scarring, defecting
paining (part of speech: verb)
distressing, racking, agonizing, suffering, throbbing, smarting, discomforting, paining, torturing, anguishing, inflaming, stinging, tormenting, cramping, stitching, wrenching, chafing, afflicting, irritating
injuring (part of speech: verb)
- I was busy with my knife getting out all the roots I could without hurting them, and before I had succeeded I had remembered Turner's using the word. - "The Seaboard Parish Volume 1", George MacDonald.
- He went like lightning, and when he reached Dorfli, which stood on the direct road to Mayenfeld, he made up his mind to go on further, for he was sure he could not stop his rapid descent without hurting himself and the sleigh too. - "Heidi", Johanna Spyri.
- " In a fortnight, and practically without hurting you," he added, " I can make you as safe from the police as if you were dead and buried." - "A Rogue by Compulsion", Victor Bridges.