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- adj. Of a person, to be perplexed or troubled
- adj. Of a child, to be spoilt, cosseted, overly indulged
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mar.
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- adj. blemished by injury or rough wear
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_Made or marred; made or marred_, -- the words rang through my brain till they maddened me.
His hands pressed against the windows, the oil of his skin marred the pristine glass.
The weather for the Spring Game wasn't the greatest, and rain marred the proceedings, but an announced crowd of 5.600 still showed up.
However, the project was once again marred by its sheer scale and rising budget.
Hellboy does the usual demonizing of the Nazi party that we have all grown accustomed to, but the Nazi "reality" perhaps "delusion" might be a better term marred the literal demonizing of the Nazis.
Jim Gibbons was tossed aside Tuesday -- the first incumbent governor in Nevada history to lose a nominating election after a tumultuous first term marred by a bitter divorce, allegations of infidelities and an abrasive style that alienated members of his own party.
His predecessor, Democrat Bill Clinton, had a 66% approval rating in early 2001 when he stepped down after two terms marred by a sex scandal and impeachment.
If re-elected, the Clintons could have a 3rd term marred and mired in 4 years of demands, once again of impeachment!
Johannesburg hospital of apparent kidney failure, was Uganda's first post-colonial prime minister and later served as president twice in terms marred by repression of political foes and conflict.
As she gazed at the couple standing near the pool, a faintly troubled expression marred the serenity of her brow.