Close enough to see the tiny scar on his eyelid that looks like a birthmark.
Often this eccentricity bore all the marks of strength; perhaps it was actual exuberance of force, a birthmark of genius.
But the birthmark on its wrist was branded on my brain so that I could not forget it.
She gloried in the impact that felled the great brute with the liver patch on his cheek, which was like a birthmark of war.
A supreme act is recognizable at sight: it bears the birthmark of immortality.
It seems as if the travail and yearning of his mother had passed upon him as a birthmark.
"Son of an electric eel," she said when Tel reached her, her birthmark scarlet.
The father told me that he and his wife were undecided what one of two possible causes was responsible for the birthmark.
Did he have a birthmark on his chin, this man you bought the book from?
They are outside of the individual experience as much as a birthmark.
birthmark birth·mark (bûrth'märk')
A mole or blemish present on the skin from birth; a nevus.