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battle-scarred

[ bat-l-skahrd ]
/ ˈbæt lˌskɑrd /
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adjective

bearing scars or damages received in battle: a battle-scarred warship.
showing the effects of hard wear or use: a sale of battle-scarred desks.

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Origin of battle-scarred

First recorded in 1860–65
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