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Spell check of scar

Correct spelling: scar

kale, strain, clams, stigmatize, nock, check off, bread, scribble, moolah, strengthen, respond, fall guy, bull's eye, cabbage, distortion, lucre, home run, scratching, dough, deface, weal, tag, disfigure, fleck, fixation, sore, blister, athlete's foot, shake, score, blight, punctuate, chip, damage, disfigurement, notch, taint, hurt, abscess, discoloration, scuff, exorcism, differentiate, shekels, label, play off, splotch, bruise, tick off, lesion, cross out, stone, harm, spot, mark, defacement, lolly, injury, kink, mark off, chicken feed, distinguish, abrade, freckle, pull through, defect, fight off, dent, fracture, burn, simoleons, revive, defense mechanism, nick, speck, slit, black eye, strike off, scraping, pockmark, disable, dinero, injure, fault, bell ringer, drawback, chump, wart, marking, cut, stigma, lettuce, gelt, spoilage, imperfection, bedsore, hack, match, gull, wound, cross off, scab, loot, brand, deform, set, distort, dot, conditioning, impurity, heal, check, notice, recover, sign, blackhead, sugar, blemish, cicatrix, grade, nurse, stigmatise, break, pock, soft touch, eyesore, starting line, complex, wampum, deformity, scratch, marker, gash, note, patsy, fixated, fool, excoriation, pit, blotch, boodle, flaw, rift, strike out, target, defense, start, cross, spoil, commemorate, crisscross, scrape, breakage, mug, delusion, denounce, print, cicatrice, tarnish, pelf, mar, incision, scrawl, survive, abrasion, stain, burnout, boil, cacography, oppose, catharsis, discolor, tick, blot.

Examples of usage:

1) Above the left one was a scar. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) Is there no scar? - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) It is not the same head and it is not the same scar. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.