blemished (part of speech: verb)
blotted, freckled, cracked, slit, scored, scraped, marred, damaged, deformed, defected, notched, stained, gashed, defaced, tainted, kinked, defective, dotted, slitted, splotched, hacked, specked, chipped, checked, disfigured, discolored, flecked, tarnished, nicked, blotched, pockmarked, spoiled, spotted, scuffed, scratched, imperfect, marked, impure, abraded, fractured, blemished, distorted, scabbed, hurt, blistered, flawed
- So common is it for us to " bark" our knuckles, or our shins, or scratch ourselves on nails and splinters and drive pins into ourselves, or let our pocket knives slip and cut our fingers, that, if the human skin had not the most wonderful power of repairing itself,- not merely closing up the cut or the scratch, but making the place " as good as new,"- we should be seamed and lined all over our hands, arms, faces, and limbs like a city map, or scarred and pitted like a tattooed man, before we were fifteen years old. - "A Handbook of Health", Woods Hutchinson.
- Grey and gaunt like a house in battle- scarred Belgium, it stands a mute testimony of the labor- hating ferocity of the lumber trust. - "The Centralia Conspiracy", Ralph Chaplin.
- Joe wore the boots which he had on when they arrested him, scarred and work- worn by the stubble and thorns of Isom Chase's fields and pastures. - "The Bondboy", George W. (George Washington) Ogden.