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Spell check of mar

Correct spelling: mar

chip, waste, scab, misdirect, cocker, blemish, abrasion, prejudice, bilk, damage, blot, fluff, go bad, impurity, debauch, fault, Apr., vitiate, trip, harm, fracture, corrupt, dot, thwart, splotch, spot, misconceive, gash, muck up, rift, cosset, bobble, slit, debase, wreak havoc, invalidate, Aug., baffle, indulge, itch, deformity, pillage, baby, cut up, pamper, deprave, screw up, vandalize, disfigure, defect, excrescence, mollycoddle, defacement, rend, drawback, violate, scratch, Jan., deface, discoloration, better, marching, blight, impair, injure, bumble, miscalculate, spoilage, mutilate, Dec., freckle, misconstrue, wart, destroy, bollix up, mishandle, misestimate, coddle, lay waste, December, scar, February, ransack, fleck, weal, imperfection, flub, slip, speck, score, profane, tarnish, detract from, distortion, brand, sore, eyesore, subvert, louse up, depredate, flaw, demoralize, scuff, bungle, deflower, wreck, notch, mess up, march, bollix, excrescency, bollocks up, nick, foil, botch, warp, marching music, err, kink, goof, stumble, spoil, ball up, misjudge, check, pervert, hack, stain, ravage, April, lesion, bruise, Feb., border district, scotch, fumble, abrade, help, disfigurement, borderland, hurt, break, foul up, shortcoming, botch up, blunder, bodge, calendar month, marchland, void, frustrate, blister, ruin, featherbed, mangle, despoil, distort, pockmark, deform, plunder, mark, August, blow, scrape, stigma, disserve, blotch, demoralise, taint, discolor, cross.

adornment, embellishment, enhancement, decoration, ornament.

Examples of usage:

1) When the time came for the balloon to go up Leo and Mart entered the basket. - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) " It's Billy thunderin' at Marget Hurll's doore," Jamie said. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

3) " I haaven't naither," Mary said. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.