To inflict damage, especially disfiguring damage, on.(verb-transitive)
To impair the soundness, perfection, or integrity of; spoil.(verb-transitive)
A disfiguring mark; a blemish.(noun)
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Use "mar" in a sentence
"I couldn't help asking him whether there had been nothing to mar the pleasure of their stay in Altruria, and he answered: "Well, I don't know as you could rightly say _mar; _ it hadn't ought to have."
"For their mar is a sweet lady – a real feelin 'lady is their mar."
"For instance, she says that her work entitled El desierto renace en el mar is a "visual metaphor," which was inspired by these verses of Cortázar's XVII:"