Definition of scar :
1. A marine food fish, the scarus, or parrot fish.
2. A mark in the skin or flesh of an animal, made by a wound or ulcer, and remaining after the wound or ulcer is healed; a cicatrix; a mark left by a previous injury; a blemish; a disfigurement.
3. A mark left upon a stem or branch by the fall of a leaf, leaflet, or frond, or upon a seed by the separation of its support. See Illust.. under Axillary.
4. An isolated or protruding rock; a steep, rocky eminence; a bare place on the side of a mountain or steep bank of earth.
5. To form a scar.
6. To mark with a scar or scars.
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blemish (part of speech: verb)
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- I'd never 've known you, Davey, but for the scar on your neck where the calf kicked you. - "The Pioneers", Katharine Susannah Prichard.
- And yet she felt as if she were playing with a fire that would leave its scar- not on her heart or Quentin's, perhaps, but on that of the man she was to marry. - "Castle Craneycrow", George Barr McCutcheon.
- Not a scar or a sign, and he's been out in the dust for years. - "The Moon is Green", Fritz Reuter Leiber.