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blemishes, plural;
  1. Spoil the appearance of (something) that is otherwise aesthetically perfect
    • - thousands of Web pages are blemished with embarrassing typos
    • - his reign as world champion has been blemished by controversy
  1. A small mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something
    • - the merest blemish on a Rolls Royce might render it unsalable
  2. A moral defect or fault
    • - the offenses were an uncharacteristic blemish on an otherwise clean record
    • - local government is not without blemish

  1. a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body); "a facial blemish"
  2. deface: mar or spoil the appearance of; "scars defaced her cheeks"; "The vandals disfigured the statue"
  3. mar or impair with a flaw; "her face was blemished"
  4. flaw: add a flaw or blemish to; make imperfect or defective
  5. (blemished) marred by imperfections
  6. (blemished) having a blemish or flaw; "a flawed diamond"; "an irregular pair of jeans"
  7. Blemish may refer to: *A minor imperfection. For skin imperfection, see Acne vulgaris *Blemish (album) a music album from David Sylvian released in 2003. *Blemish (band) a Brazilian alternative rock band
  8. Blemish is David Sylvian's first solo album since 1999’s Dead Bees on a Cake. It is experimental in its use of electronics and sound. It features Derek Bailey, an avant-garde guitarist, and Fennesz, a guitarist and electronic music musician. It was released in 2003.
  9. Blemish was a Brazilian alternative rock band active from 1998 to 2004. Stemming from Sao Jose dos Campos, the band’s original lineup consisted of Clovis Tito on vocals/guitars, Daniel Dias on guitar, Ivan Roman on bass and Luis Nonaka on drums.
  10. (Blemished) (Blem'-ished) Having an abatement or rebatement. (Used of a sword with its point broken.)
  11. (Blemishes) The term blemish is used when the diamond has scratches or marks on the external area of the stone.
  12. (blemishes) Minor nicks, marks, flaws, or spots of discoloration that mar the surface of a coin.
  13. (Blemishes) External marks on the face of a gem that diminish its value.
  14. (Blemishes) In the context of this book, a blemish is anything that detracts from the quality of the work piece. Of course, in terms of veneer grain, color, and figure, one man's blemish might be another man's perfect design feature. Choose your veneers with care.
  15. (Blemishes) Our instruments are built to the finest standards available in the world for Indian musical instruments. Please note that even the same models can have slight variations in color or decoration. These are handcrafted items and none will escape the maker without a mark or two. ...
  16. (Blemishes) This refers to the amount of external marks on a stone. Click here to learn more about blemishes and how they affect the clarity of diamonds.
  17. (Blemishes) are tiny surface irregularities that mar the uniformity of the exterior of the pearl.
  18. A fault in confirmation that does not affect perfomance
  19. An imperfection occurring in a cellular rubber product. It is usually circular in appearance and does not go completely through the material. Sometimes referred to as a dimple.
  20. Surface imperfection external to the Diamond.
  21. A clarity characteristic that occurs on the surface of a diamond. Though some blemishes are inherent to the original rough diamond, most are the result of the environment the diamond has encountered since it was unearthed.
  22. A flaw, spot or scratch on the surface of a gemstone.
  23. A mark, deformity, or injury which impairs the appearance.
  24. Any defect or fault which detracts from the appearance.
  25. An imperfection severe enough to be noticed but that should not cause any real impairment with respect to intended normal or reasonably foreseeable use. Also see “defect,” “imperfection” and “nonconformity.”