Recent Examples of wart from the Web
The portrait is warts and all, and the filmmakers aren't afraid to show his emotional lapses.
In Lady Bird, on movie screens from Sacramento to Brooklyn, women and girls are seeing themselves reflected in all their warts and glory: Mothers whose love for their daughters has at times filtered messily through envy and resentment.
If cloudy and windy, try wiggle wart or throw a jig near bluffs ends.
Too many warts and deficiencies plagued the others.
For this, plenty have argued that he should be celebrated — warts and all.
Here's how: Runs will be scored The offense, despite all its warts last season, finished fifth in the AL in runs (799) and third in the majors in home runs (237), and the group that did that returns largely in tact.
But what was an obvious wart heading into the season has not always been a glaring issue.
But her potential warts as a candidate aren’t likely what’s holding her back.
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Origin and Etymology of wart
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
WART Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wart for English Language Learners
: a small, hard lump on the skin caused by a virus
: a defect or fault
WART Defined for Kids
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