- v. present participle of blemish.
“It has often been said that Mayweather has been ducking Pacquiao for fear of blemishing his undefeated record.”
“The UCI added: “Mr C. Barredo infringed article 12.1.005 of the UCI regulations (blemishing of the image, the reputation or the interests of cycling and the UCI) during the 2010 Tour de France.””
“The Giants (13-6), who just missed blemishing the Patriots 'perfect mark on the final weekend of the regular season, get another shot as a wild card after making the Super Bowl the hard way with three road wins.”
“Tomas Plihal scored the short-handed go-ahead goal, Evgeni Nabokov had to make just 12 saves and the Sharks overwhelmed Los Angeles with 41 shots in a 3-1 victory Saturday night, blemishing Kings coach Terry Murray's debut.”
“The 7 mm-08 rifle is so perfect I hate to take it to the mountains for fear of blemishing it.”
“You've identified the dirt, worked hard to bury it and were careful not to create anything else that could damage your reputation, yet there is still character - and potentially career-blemishing online information attached to your name.”
“Later stages of development when fruit is prone to cosmetic blemishing.”
“Implies that John is breaking his word and blemishing his reputation:”
“Implies that John is breaking his word and blemishing his reputation”
“There are some visible signs of the downturn, in the form of stalled building projects blemishing many of Seattle's picturesque neighborhoods -- a jarring sight in a place where the whirring of power tools was a constant presence in the construction sites that seemed to spring up in every crevice of the city.”
‘blemishing’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for blemishing.