Definitions

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  • adj. Having the characteristics of a scar.

Etymologies

From scar +‎ -like. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Looking at the scarlike corrugations of plowed earth, he knew that the natives never had a chance.

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  • These scarlike marks appear when the skin stretches beyond its elastic capability and the underlying connective tissue tears.

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  • Two rivers of people swarmed along the sidewalks, spattered with black mud, which made each shoe leave a scarlike impression.

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  • Basically, scarlike tissue develops in place of normal bone.

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  • Watching Sera’s scarlike mouth deform in anger was a distinctly unpleasant experience, but even though Rosalee didn’t deserve it, I had to defend her honor.

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