I adjective besmirched, blistered, bruised, chipped, damaged, defaced, defective, deformed, dented, deteriorated, discolored, discredited, disfigured, disgraced, dishonored, faded, faulty, flawed, imperfect, impure, injured, malformed, marred, misshapen, pitted, pockmarked, soiled, spotted, stained, sullied, tainted, tarnished II index defective, deficient, faulty, imperfect, inferior (lower in quality), marred

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  • blemished — [[t]ble̱mɪʃt[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n You use blemished to describe something such as someone s skin or a piece of fruit when its appearance is spoiled by small marks. ...a skin tonic for oily, blemished complexions …   English dictionary

  • Blemished — Blemish Blem ish, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Blemished}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Blemishing}.] [OE. blemissen, blemishen, OF. blemir, blesmir, to strike, injure, soil, F. bl[^e]mir to grow pale, fr. OF. bleme, blesme, pale, wan, F. bl[^e]me, prob. fr. Icel… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • blemished — un·blemished; …   English syllables

  • blemished — adjective Having blemishes; flawed …   Wiktionary

  • blemished — Synonyms and related words: adulterated, bandy, bandy legged, beautiless, bloated, blotted, bowlegged, cacophonic, cacophonous, checked, cicatrized, club footed, cracked, crazed, damaged, defaced, defective, deficient, deformed, disfigured,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • blemished — blem·ish || blemɪʃ n. flaw, fault, defect v. flaw, deface, stain, impair; speak ill of …   English contemporary dictionary

  • blemished — adjective spoil the appearance of. → blemish …   English new terms dictionary

  • blemished — See: blemish …   English dictionary

  • blemished — adjective 1. marred by imperfections • Ant: ↑unblemished • Similar to: ↑acned, ↑pimpled, ↑pimply, ↑pustulate, ↑blebbed, ↑blebby, ↑bl …   Useful english dictionary

  • was blemished — was damaged, was flawed, was mutilated …   English contemporary dictionary

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