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scar-faced

[skahr-feyst] /ˈskɑrˌfeɪst/
adjective
1.
with a face marked by a scar or scars.
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  • Stand up, scar-faced Johnny, and answer the questions I shall ask you.

    A Woman at Bay Nicholas Carter
  • Close by his side, Tom Howard grappled with the scar-faced islander.

    El Diablo Brayton Norton
  • On the other side of the ledge, Tom Howard battled with the scar-faced man.

    El Diablo Brayton Norton
  • But the eye of Andy, then and thereafter, whenever he was near the five, kept steadily upon the scar-faced man.

    Way of the Lawless Max Brand
  • scar-faced Charley is sitting on a bench on the opposite side of the stockade, with his face buried in his hands.

    Wigwam and War-path; Or the Royal Chief in Chains

    A. B. (Alfred Benjamin) Meacham
  • It was after making this decision that he and Tom spotted the scar-faced man sitting alone in one corner.

  • Strong noticed that the scar-faced man paid for them and smiled to himself.

  • "Pete," answered Strong, suddenly realizing he didn't know the scar-faced man's last name.

  • No sooner had Pete touched Tom than Strong had his paralo-ray gun leveled at the scar-faced man.

  • Ben, a muscular, scar-faced fellow of thirty, stepped forward and took a seat on the rock near the captives.

    Boy Scouts in the Philippines G. Harvey Ralphson

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