[ US /ˈbɫɛmɪʃ/ ]
[ UK /blˈɛmɪʃ/ ]
  1. add a flaw or blemish to; make imperfect or defective
  2. mar or impair with a flaw
    her face was blemished
  3. mar or spoil the appearance of
    scars defaced her cheeks
    The vandals disfigured the statue
  1. a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body)
    a facial blemish
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How To Use blemish In A Sentence

  • From the tip of the headland you are treated to a view of more unblemished promontories dotted along the coast.
  • Powder will also help concealer on spots blemishes. The Sun
  • But Californian pistachios, which are harvested and processed by more sophisticated means, are usually unblemished and left undyed.
  • The arch-bishop himself, Æthelnoth, came from Canterbury to witness our troth; I could scarce raise my eyes to him, knowing as he must every blemish of my soul.
  • Its flaws are like blemishes on the surface of a pearl: you wish they weren't there so that you could enjoy a perfect treasure.
  • If you bought the car when your credit was blemished and now it's pristine (or if you had little credit history at all), refinancing can mean a significant drop in rates.
  • Leg makeup covers any blemishes and veins while adding a hint of colour.
  • After being sprayed with the chemicals (typically chlorpropham or maleic hydrazide) potatoes arrive at the store looking perfect, unblemished, and without any sprouts for up to a year after harvest. Janine Yorio: Where Did the Potato Sprouts Go?
  • The Beauty setting removes blemishes and changes face shape but the results can be hilarious. The Sun
  • Together they make a perfect milk for those whose skins are very oily and prone to blemishes and eruptions. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home
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