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Synonyms for scar

Synonyms for scar

a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue

an indication of damage

References in classic literature ?
Has a scar on his right hand; his thumb and forefinger being injured by being shot last fall.
Has a scar on the right cheek, and appears to have been burned with powder on the face.'
Has a scar on the back of his neck, nearly half round, done by a knife.'
He has a scar on the corner of his mouth, two cuts on and under his arm, and the letter E on his arm.'
Has a scar on one of his arms from the bite of a dog.'
Has a cut on the left arm, a scar on the left shoulder, and two upper teeth missing.'
Has holes in his ears, a scar on the right side of his forehead, has been shot in the hind part of his legs, and is marked on the back with the whip.'
Has a scar on her cheek, and the end of one of her toes cut off.'
'Ran away, a negro man named Henry; his left eye out, some scars from a dirk on and under his left arm, and much scarred with the whip.'
"That we shall see," said the judge, scowling upon the youth, while once more an angry murmur ran around the crowd; for, as I have said, the men of Denby were proud of stout William of the Scar.
But in after days, when the men that saw that wrestling bout were bent with age, they would shake their heads when they heard of any stalwart game, and say, "Ay, ay; but thou shouldst have seen the great David of Doncaster cast stout William of the Scar at Denby fair."
His face was deeply marked with scars, and although he was very near-sighted, his gray eyes were bright and wild, so wild at times that they frightened those upon whom they were turned.
For a period of about three months or longer, new collagen continues to form and blood supply increases, causing the scar to become raised, lumpy and red.
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But like unwanted babies born out of wedlock, the scar baby was conceived out of pain.