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  • v. Present participle of pockmark.


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  • The needle in the coagulated haystacks pockmarking his barren head.


  • I stood barefoot on the dirt road, sludge and rain quickly filling the potholes pockmarking it.


  • Blood flowed like a running faucet from a large gash on her forehead, little chunks of gravel pockmarking the wound.

    Down the Road

  • House after house is deserted, bullet holes pockmarking their walls, their doors open and unguarded, many emptied of furniture.

    The Myth of the Surge

  • It's possible because the mycelium produces oxalic acids and many other acids and enzymes, pockmarking rock and grabbing calcium and other minerals and forming calcium oxalates.

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  • Well after Bono, Jimmy Carter, And Al Gore I thought being nominated was reserved for only the purest idiot pockmarking our world.

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  • The enveloping steam was less dense at the higher altitude, and warrens of hunter residences could be seen pockmarking the rocky cliffside.

    Genellan- Planetfall

  • Tsaparang castle, as viewed from one of the hundreds of frescoed caves pockmarking the soft clay hills that surround the 900-foot-high citadel.

    Guge: Tibet's Long-Lost Kingdom

  • Sometimes war had swept through, pockmarking walls and strewing streets with corpses; sometimes a mob had come looting and beating; often in the last several Earthside lifetimes, officers had swaggered in to enforce some new proclamation.


  • Dozens of them, scores of them, pockmarking the field and lying in wait under the matted foliage.

    Prayers To Broken Stones

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