- Scratches, marks, dents, stains, blemishes or flaws are worth money to you, because they mean price reductions!
- A blemish even gives the appearance of a nail on the extended digit.
- Instead it has age marks, blemishes, and even a small spot or two with a brownish patina look.
- So those air forces were allowed to continue to do things which it must be said in cold blood were a moral blemish, a moral blot perhaps on the conduct of the Allies.
- In addition, a government made up of officials who have moral blemishes can hardly establish authority in front of the public for obvious reasons.
- Celtic's easy, 5-1 victory at Parkhead in October was an uncharacteristic blemish on Kilmarnock's recent record in the fixture.
verbo[with object] (often as adjective blemished)
- You have got to the age of 23 with no previous convictions and it is extremely sad that you have blemished your character.
- Bennett's excellent point scoring record was slightly blemished as he shot two wides from scorable positions and Clare began to pile on the pressure with another Markham point.
- I am an atheist in life and I won't choose to have my memory blemished by anyone taking the freedom to meddle with my choices in life, neither with my memory afterlife.
Late Middle English (as a verb): from Old French ble(s)miss-, lengthened stem of ble(s)mir 'make pale, injure'; probably of Germanic origin.
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