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- adj. Having the characteristics of a scar.
Looking at the scarlike corrugations of plowed earth, he knew that the natives never had a chance.
These scarlike marks appear when the skin stretches beyond its elastic capability and the underlying connective tissue tears.
Two rivers of people swarmed along the sidewalks, spattered with black mud, which made each shoe leave a scarlike impression.
Basically, scarlike tissue develops in place of normal bone.
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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