Several small, one-story homes were pockmarked with deep gouges from ricochets and direct gunfire.
When Louise and Bibi returned to their home, they found it strewn with ammunition and pockmarked with mortar craters.
The Wall cut a few feet behind the old parliament, still blackened and pockmarked from flying debris from the war.
The cracked, creased and pockmarked streets again made dancing harder.
"Why, that must be the Anferovs," said an old deacon, addressing a pockmarked peasant woman.
Perotti's mistress, pockmarked, but a woman with a fine figure?
But worst of all, the city is pockmarked with public-houses, and bristles with high round chimneys.
She tapped her fingers on her cheeks to picture to him the pockmarked face of Vyesovshchikov.
Thanks to Jenner, not a single person in this audience is pockmarked!
I do not think the plan was very successful, for the pockmarked youngster was often adorned with the dunce-cap.
pockmark pock·mark (pŏk'märk')
A pitlike scar that is left on the skin by smallpox or another eruptive disease.