burn mark


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Synonyms for burn mark

a place or area that has been burned (especially on a person's body)

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The four-foot long corn snake was found in the wheelie bin in Nuneaton last week and had burn marks on its neck.
When asked by a social worker about the burn mark on the hand she gave no explanation for it.
While probing the complaint, the police officers noticed a burn mark on the right hand of the mother which raised suspicion.
The baby suffered fractures to his arms, a dislocated right elbow, multiple bruising to his body, a burn mark to his right calf and bleeding to his brain.
Lucas is horrified when, one day, he finds a burn mark on himself.
He had freckles under his eyes and across his nose, shaved black hair and a scab and burn mark on his right hand.
A burn mark was also found on the seat, leading the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to investigate the incident.
She rushed inside the bedroom and applied a cream on the baby's thigh but the burn mark stayed.
She is described as white, 5ft 2in tall, with short dark hair and a burn mark to the left ear and left arm.
It left a 4ft-square burn mark on the wall, but the rest of the house was not badly damaged.
He left a "plug timer" which he hoped would spark an explosion and burn Mark Bell and James Park to death.
Cars under pounds 4,000 are devalued by approximately pounds 50 for each burn mark according to the research.
'I'm very proud of it because everyone looks at it and goes: 'Wow, what happened?' I go: 'It was nothing, just a burn mark from my machine gun
Relieved David, from Norwich, said yesterday: "Apart from a burn mark on my heel I seem to have survived intact.
"The explosion resulted in the windows being smashed and caused burn marks to both employees."