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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of scar.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Marked by scars; exhibiting scars; specifically, in botany, marked by the scars left by leaves, fruits, etc., that have fallen off.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. deeply affected or marked by mental or physical pain or injury
- adj. blemished by injury or rough wear
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VW executives remain scarred by an attempt in the 1980s to Americanize Rabbits produced at a VW plant in Westmoreland County, Pa., with cheaper interiors and a softer suspension.
My family is still scarred from the war you got us into in Iraq.
But I am very proud of every penny of my taxes that go to the rehabilitation and care of those who return home physically and/or mentally damaged and scarred from the experience.
Obviously many people are scarred from the mortgage crisis they're facing and I think we often make the mistake to think that we can teach the traditional texts of financial literacy -- like teaching young people how to open a checking account -- as though that somehow will make a difference.
Obama is scarred from the primary battle, but it may have left him more prepared for the clashes to come against McCain.
From the dark skinned Grandfather who I never met, an alcoholic baker, from the Grandmother traumatised by “The Troubles”, from the Mother with skin scarred by burns, serving time in a hospital which rewarded her with diphtheria and isolation.
His square hands, scarred from the mines, move as he speaks.
Her face, severely scarred from the blaze that burned some 70 percent of her body, is somber.
Still scarred from the 1947 investigation, the film industry made little effort to challenge the Committee.
He peered at me with deep blue eyes -- disarming eyes, so seemingly innocent in a face scarred from the barnacles that had tore at him when he was keel-hauled.