Scar in a sentence as a noun

She had a form of rheumatoid arthritis that slowly turned her lungs into scar tissue.

It's a permanent scar in the form of my undergrad GPA. I understand the feelings very, very well.

I've got a massive 7 inch scar across my face from when a drunk driver plowed into our car when I was 8 years old. I had over 100 stitches in my head and my face was a criss cross of zipper scars for years.

"Men who go into technical fields suffer serious scars from social rejection"All men?

A decent portion of the bureaucracy is scar tissue from the antitrust case.

I was dressed like an old man, a scar on my face, a little blood dripping like I was just anaccident, a cast on my arm, wearing old clothes.

I have a beautiful scar now as the Doc said he decided he'd better hurry for his problem child, and did a record time surgery.

Scar in a sentence as a verb

"Men who go into technical fields suffer serious scars from social rejection that's every bit as painful as apartheid.

This was still their conclusion when they posted the final voluntary recall [2].I now have a minor scar on my wrist, and I can't recommend any of their products.

Why are you giving weight to this not very accurate representations of anyone going into a technical career being socially scarred?

In this situation I don't agree that conferences having sexual harassment policies are "scar tissue".First and foremost, the scare tissue complaint largely relies on a policy being applied to an extremely rare event.

When the docs at Johns Hopkins opened him up to start removing the tumor, they realized what they thought was scar tissue left over from radiation was actually embedded inoperable tumor tissue embedded in the hepatic portal vein.

Tearing my chest open with a car jack, rendering me dead for most practical purposes, replacing body parts with cyborg components meant to last for decades, bringing me back to life, repairing the extensive damage caused, continuous monitoring for anything that could go wrong for a week, and sending me home in perfect condition save for a narrow scar, a daily pill and ticking like Captain Hook's crocodile - that's a heckuva process to go thru, it went spectacularly well, and I'm alive in great shape, heck yeah it was worth half the price of my house.

Scar definitions


a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue

See also: cicatrix cicatrice


an indication of damage

See also: scratch scrape mark


mark with a scar; "The skin disease scarred his face permanently"

See also: mark pock