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"
blemished by injury or rough wear
"the scarred piano bench"; "walls marred by graffiti"
Scarred is a 1984 independent film
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
skärd, adj. marked by scars.—n. Scar′ring, a scar: a mark.—adj. Scar′ry, bearing or pertaining to scars: having scars.
The numerical value of scarred in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of scarred in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I am scarred up everywhere, and when I see the scars, or other people ask me about them, it is a reminder of the attack.
Doctors have said it is a severe chemical burn and she will be scarred for life, i can’t believe it, she will have a scare in the shape of a phone on her leg.
I got very light-headed as I kept popping pills and I thought 'This is all going to be over soon... I'll be out of everyone's lives', i survived and I now realize that I could have hurt and mentally scarred my children... I can never get that low again.
Excavations of Eurasian graves have uncovered battle-scarred female skeletons dressed in tunics and trousers, and buried with quivers full of arrows, battle-axes, spears, and horse gear, so we know that genuine warrior women really existed at the time and places reported by the ancient Greeks and other cultures.
I think on his external policy -- I think he's been cautious, possibly to a fault, i think he's been hesitant to get back involved in military engagements in the Islamic world, for example, scarred by what had happened in Iraq and Afghanistan and recognizing that public opinion and the political appetite for further engagements is very low.
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