Origin of scar1
OTHER WORDS FROM scarscarless, adjectiveun·scarred, adjective
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How to use scar in a sentence
I am one of those people whose scars are visible—both physical and emotional ones.
We’ll carry with us the scars of this long year, and of all our history.
Now, he says, gesturing to the burn scar, the towns had a fire defense in place of a liability.What the complex math of fire modeling tells us about the future of California’s forests|Amy Nordrum|January 18, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The victims have their scars on their bodies, family traumas, societal traumas.Historian: Today’s Authoritarian Leaders Aren’t Fascists—But They Are Part of the Same Story|Olivia B. Waxman|November 10, 2020|Time
You beat cancer, but many people have lifelong scars, both physical and emotional.How Cancer Shaped Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Life and Work|Jamie Ducharme|September 19, 2020|Time
A scar marks her right wrist where the bullet hit her eight months ago.
He lifted his t-shirt and showed us a long scar, running from sternum to waistband.
[points to above the knee] The scar looks like a shark bite.Life After Deaths: Sean Bean on 'Game of Thrones' Paternity and 'Legends'|Jason Lynch|August 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Prinze loves Star Wars and has a big scar on his chin to prove it.‘Star Wars Rebels’ Explores the Jedi’s Lost Years Between the Prequels and the Original Trilogy|Annaliza Savage|August 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One runner in Houston now has a permanent, hoof-shaped scar in the center of his forehead.
He has an ugly scar—a knife-cut—across the back of one hand; you can't mistake him if you get sight of him.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
There was a scar in the shape of a cross on the man's swarthy cheek, and it glowed redly with the anger that filled him.
He was a dark, somber looking man with a particularly ugly scar on his chin.
Anyhow, when McKibben saw him after the team was stopped, there was that cross-shaped scar, plain as anything.
Brutus was getting well, but there would always be a scar on his shoulder, where the sharp-pointed shrub had entered the flesh.The Cromptons|Mary J. Holmes