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marred

[ mahrd ]
/ mɑrd /
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adjective
damaged or spoiled to a certain extent; made less perfect, attractive, useful, etc.: We can all get preoccupied with the marred aspects of our character.
disfigured or defaced, as by scratches, nicks, scars, or discoloration: We love the marred table, actually, because it helps us remember the work, dirt, mess, and grit of life.
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OTHER WORDS FROM marred

un·marred, adjective
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