verb (used with object), scarred, scar·ring.
verb (used without object), scarred, scar·ring.
Origin of scar1
Related formsscar·less, adjectiveun·scarred, adjective
Examples from the Web for scarred
My children and I are safe now, but we will always by scarred by those twelve years of abuse and fear of deportation.Immigrant Women Facing Domestic Abuse Need Stronger Protections|Adriana Cazorla|October 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Orioles scarred Palmer by insinuating that his problems were in his head.
Sutton Foster abandoned her usual perky personna to play scared and scarred in Violet, and voters may reward her effort.
But The Hound is just hungry, and no one gets between the scarred warrior and a meal.
Jatu bows her head awkwardly to ensure her scarf covers the scarred side of her face.
Whereupon, he wheeled quickly and met Last Time's scarred face grinning through the bars at him pleasantly, and obviously amused.The Red Debt|Everett MacDonald
Why should the son of a mountain need affirmation from runty Portugees with pencil stubs behind their ears and scarred fingers?Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town|Cory Doctorow
Forth into the light hobbled a great gray rat, gaunt, and scarred, and lame.Nicanor - Teller of Tales|C. Bryson Taylor
He was dressed in scarred, snug trousers and an old sweater.The Moon is Green|Fritz Reuter Leiber
He would have married her without a question, if she had been as hideous as his sister, who was scarred with the small-pox.Tales of the Malayan Coast|Rounsevelle Wildman