verb (used with object), marred, mar·ring.
- mar del plata,
Origin of mar
Examples from the Web for unmarred
It was evident that the two officers of justice did not enjoy an unmarred serenity.The Knight of Malta|Eugene Sue
Then he would brood a moment over the yolk that lay, unmarred and complete, like an amber jewel in the center of his plate.Fanny Herself|Edna Ferber
They were back just where they were before Miss Trevor came—back in their perfect, unmarred, sufficient comradeship.Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922|Lucy Maud Montgomery
But the horrid truck had brought them unmarred to their present position.Betty Lee, Freshman|David Goodger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Edith must look beautiful at her wedding; her happiness must be unmarred.Fidelity|Susan Glaspell
verb mars, marring or marred
Word Origin for mar
Old English merran (Anglian), mierran (West Saxon) "to waste, spoil," from Proto-Germanic *marzjan (cf. Old Frisian meria, Old High German marren "to hinder, obstruct," Gothic marzjan "to hinder, offend"), from PIE root *mers- "to trouble, confuse" (cf. Sanskrit mrsyate "forgets, neglects," Lithuanian mirszati "to forget"). Related: Marred; marring.