Recent Examples of wart from the Web
Despite his warts, Drummond’s athleticism and sheer size would surely be put to much better use on a roster that possessed average talent, depth and chemistry.
The franchise, which debuted in 2009 as the warts-and-all docuseries 16 & Pregnant, has suffered in recent years from a dip in ratings and relevance.
There remain plenty of warts for a Blazers team that blew an 18-point lead, showcased a defense that was more Ole than oh wow and still lacks a signature win this season.
Under the guise of not cowing to political correctness, some people are no longer embarrassed or ashamed to show the warts on their souls.
Many of today’s worry warts focus on the long and allegedly excessive run-up in stock prices since 2009.
This wart on the waterfront was no way to treat one of the city’s showplace viewpoints.
All of the Blazers' warts were on display Monday night in the second quarter, when the Blazers made history for all the wrong reasons.
But the fall has snuck up on them quickly, revealing warts, pimples and the propensity for losing football games.
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