Definition of scar
- one of his men had been killed … in a manner that left a scar upon his mind
- —H. G. Wells
scarlessplay \ˈskär-ləs\ adjective
Origin and Etymology of scar
Examples of scar in a Sentence
His arm was badly scarred after the accident.
The tragedy left her emotionally scarred.
Your shoes are scarring the floor.
The fence was scarred by rust.
First Known Use of scar
SCAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scar for English Language Learners
: to mark (something) with a scar
: to cause (someone) to feel great emotional pain or sadness because of a bad experience
: to make marks on (something) that show damage or wear
SCAR Defined for Kids
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