Origin of scar1
OTHER WORDS FROM scarscarless, adjectiveun·scarred, adjective
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How to use scar in a sentence
We’ll carry with us the scars of this long year, and of all our history.
I am one of those people whose scars are visible—both physical and emotional ones.
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