scarred

Definitions

  • Near the foundation of the probable bake shop, a pair of kilns once served for slaking lime, and perhaps for firing pottery. Between the kilns was a flame-scarred pit containing evidence of ironworking and the roasting of bog ore for iron
    Near the foundation of the probable bake shop, a pair of kilns once served for slaking lime, and perhaps for firing pottery. Between the kilns was a flame-scarred pit containing evidence of ironworking and the roasting of bog ore for iron
  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj scarred blemished by injury or rough wear "the scarred piano bench","walls marred by graffiti"
    • adj scarred deeply affected or marked by mental or physical pain or injury "Could her scarred mind ever be free of fear?","a face scarred by anxiety","the fire left her arm badly scarred"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Doctors in Canada use an adhesive similar to Krazy Glue instead of stitches, lowering the possibility of bacterial infection and minimizing scarring
    • scarred Marked by scars; exhibiting scars; specifically, in botany, marked by the scars left by leaves, fruits, etc., that have fallen off.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Scarred skärd marked by scars
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Quotations

  • Elbert Hubbard
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    “God will not look you over for medal, degrees or diplomas, but for scars.”
  • Source Unknown
    Source Unknown
    “If you're starting to look wrinkled, don't worry. It covers the scars.”
  • D.A. Battista
    D.A. Battista
    “The scars you acquire while exercising courage will never make you feel inferior.”
  • Robert H. Schuller
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    “Turn your scars into stars”
  • Herbert N. Casson
    Herbert N. Casson
    “Every winner has scars.”
  • Leonard Cohen
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    “Children show scars like medals. Lovers use them as secrets to reveal. A scar is what happens when the word is made flesh.”

Usage

In literature:

It soon falls, leaving the skin slightly inflammed, but with no scar.
"The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English" by R. V. Pierce
That Wilderness had stood for sin's worst scar on the earth's surface.
"Quiet Talks on Following the Christ" by S. D. Gordon
A twisted arm he could complain about, a bruise he could show, the scars of lashing would give credence to his tale.
"The Fourth R" by George Oliver Smith
It had left no scar, he claimed, because it had made no wound.
"Never-Fail Blake" by Arthur Stringer
Then I surmised from the name and the missing finger and the scarred cheek, that I'd dropped right on to Mark.
"The Silent House" by Fergus Hume
No roads had yet scarred its virgin soil.
"The Southerner" by Thomas Dixon
She told him how he had a certain scar on his arm.
"Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves" by Work Projects Administration
At those periods of his anger, all his face which was not scar, was eye and eyebrow.
"Can You Forgive Her?" by Anthony Trollope
He stood for a minute, his scarred face pale in the mist, his eyes fixed thoughtfully on a headless stone king.
"Everyman's Land" by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
He had a scar on his forehead like that.
"The Cave of Gold" by Everett McNeil
His mind was scarred with drink as if a worm had bored its slow way in and out of it.
"The Best Short Stories of 1915" by Various
Insignificant scarring may remain.
"Essentials of Diseases of the Skin" by Henry Weightman Stelwagon
He is a large man, with a square face, gray eyes, and a scar on his right cheek, an inch long.
"Tom, The Bootblack" by Horatio Alger
He had a great scar across his nose.
"Fairy Prince and Other Stories" by Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
They looked at his deep scar which a tiger's claw had made.
"The Later Cave-Men" by Katharine Elizabeth Dopp
A long scar across his cheek had twisted his mouth into a crooked smile.
"Killykinick" by Mary T. Waggaman
Any time ye see a guy with li'l' round scars around his mouth, Pedro, ye'll know he's such an awful liar the devil bug got him.
"The Pathless Trail" by Arthur O. (Arthur Olney) Friel
The girl has missed his blood taint; she's not scarred nor disfigured.
"In the Heart of a Fool" by William Allen White
If he has violated his conscience, the scars will remain through life.
"Sowing and Reaping" by Dwight Moody
As he turned I saw a star-shaped blue scar above his cheekbone.
"Gold" by Stewart White
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In poetry:

Then in thy crown shall many stars
To thee be given;
And all thy tears, and wounds, and scars,
Be heal'd in heaven.
"In Memoriam, On The Late Right Reverend Richard Allen, First Bishop Of The A. M. E. Church" by Benjamin Cutler Clark
And she, she is cold and sad
As ever the sinful are,
But deep in my heart I am glad
For my wound and the coming scar.
"The Wraith" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
How the fire-fiend behind
Rushes on in his power; But nothing is left
For his wrath to devour. On the scarred, smoking earth
They stand safe, every one, While the flames in the distance
Sweep harmlessly on.
"The Prairie on Fire" by Phoebe Cary
When I do ask white Age, he saith not so, —
"My head hangs weighed with snow."
And when I hearken to the Earth she saith
My fiery heart sinks aching. It is death.
Mine ancient scars shall not be glorified
Nor my titanic tears the seas be dried."
"The End" by Wilfred Owen
She is so beautiful—and lays her cheek against my own.
Back—in the world—they all will say, "How happy you have grown."
Her breath is sweet about my eyes and she has healed me now,
Though I be scarred with grief, I keep her kiss upon my brow.
"Dream" by Anna Hempstead Branch
Beauty is round it, and peace; and silence and sunlight enfold it,
Clothing with mystical charm summit and forest and scar,
Fair as a dream of delight it seemeth to eyes that behold it,
Roofed by the azure of heaven, with sheen of blue waters afar.
"Kara" by George Essex Evans

In news:

I Got Bangs to Cover My Forehead Scar.
Radcliffe sans lightening bolt scar, recently introduced to hair product.
How many know that the scar above the Chimney Creek Condominiums in Genesee is where the Denver Ski Club built a ski jump in 1921.
A live review of L.A. Trio Henchmen, Battle Scarred Saints, and the Limit Club.
Henchmen, the Limit Club, Battle Scarred Saints The Mill Aug 3.
Scars never really go away.
Scarlett and perfectly tanned and toned Gun-Gun are practicing a sweet little tune when Scar's raging jealous , but equally as HOT, boyfriend Avery enters.
But as the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 approaches, it's an important reminder of the failure of Al Qaeda and of the scars that will shape Iraq for decades.
Do Political Attacks Leave Behind Battle Scars.
A 14-year-old McDonough girl fears she may have permanent scars on her arm after getting a temporary tattoo.
Scarred by Sri Lanka's war with Tamil Tigers, female ex-fighters build new lives.
On their path to Sacramento, they may have traveled thousands of miles, picking up a few scars along the way.
Deadly, little-understood 'scarring of the lungs' is attracting medical attention.
Does this phrase wake up any emotional scars that are buried deeply within your heart.
In Cape Town , Apartheid's Scars Run Deep.
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In science:

If there is one scar on H (cid:48) then this scar corresponds to a boundary parallel disk in D , but we assumed all the disks in D were essential, so this is impossible.
Heegaard splittings and the pants complex
Thus the maximality assumption implies that every ball component H (cid:48) must have exactly three scars.
Heegaard splittings and the pants complex
Because H is connected and H (cid:48) is not all of H , there must be at least one scar on H (cid:48) .
Heegaard splittings and the pants complex
If there are two or more scars on H (cid:48) , let l1 , l2 be the boundaries of two scars in ∂H .
Heegaard splittings and the pants complex
Thus maximality of D implies that H (cid:48) must have exactly one scar.
Heegaard splittings and the pants complex
Because there is exactly one scar on H (cid:48) , these disks would also separate H .
Heegaard splittings and the pants complex
SCAR, the Scienti fic Committee for Antarctic Research, is th e peak body for Antarctic affairs.
Astronomy in Antarctica
SCAR holds an open science congress every two years, which also serves as the major forum bringing together the managers of national Antarctic programs.
Astronomy in Antarctica
SCAR and the IAU serve principally as fora where scientists can come together to discuss progress and plans for their fields of endeavour.
Astronomy in Antarctica
Storey JWV (2010) Astronomy and Astrophysics from Antarctica: a new SCAR Scientific Research Program.
Astronomy in Antarctica
Using ideas related to scar theory we derive an analytical formula that relates fluctuations in wave function intensities to fluctuations of the two-body interaction matrix elements.
Wave Function Structure in Two-Body Random Matrix Ensembles
We recall that deviations from RMT indicate some degree of wave function non-ergodicity and are related to phenomena like Fock space localization in many-body systems [9,10], and scars of periodic orbits [11,12] or invariant manifolds in classically chaotic systems.
Wave Function Structure in Two-Body Random Matrix Ensembles
To understand this surprising result, we may adapt a formalism previously used successfully to understand wave function scars and other types of anomalous quantum localization behavior in single-particle systems.
Wave Function Structure in Two-Body Random Matrix Ensembles
The numerical results agree well with the theoretical prediction that is derived from arguments used in scar theory.
Wave Function Structure in Two-Body Random Matrix Ensembles
The first priority of this survey is to cover the important new results on the so-called scarring or QUE (quantum unique ergodicity) problem.
Recent developments in mathematical Quantum Chaos
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