burn mark

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Noun1.burn mark - a place or area that has been burned (especially on a person's body)
blemish, mar, defect - a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body); "a facial blemish"
cigarette burn - a burn mark left by a smoldering cigarette; "a cigarette burn on the edge of the table"
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Summary: Police officers noticed a burn mark on the right hand of the mother which raised suspicion.
When I came round, the nurse said, 'You might find a burn mark on your chest.
She claimed that the Forensic Medicine Authority reports showed no signs of physical assault on the children, with the exception of one child with a burn mark that he got three years ago from a former supervisor at the orphanage, who had been "reported".
He added: "We are looking after him for now, but he has got a patch on his neck which I believe is a burn mark.
The baby suffered fractures to his arms, a dislocated right elbow, multiple bruising to his body, a burn mark to his right calf and bleeding to his brain.
Powell's sequel to Burn Mark (Bloomsbury, 2012/VOYA December 2012) continues the saga of the unlikely partnership of the scion of a family of witch-hunters and the descendent of notorious witch criminals.
Bradford Crown Court heard yesterday that the burn mark to the back of the youngster's right hand could have been caused by a disposable cigarette lighter.
Vigorous reactions to the dye will look like a scalded burn mark.
So I ripped off my dressing gown to discover there was this huge burn mark all across the back of it.
At first, they thought a hot pan or candle had caused the burn mark, but neither of them could remember setting something down in that location.
In the past, scientists would have identified the Pukapuka Ridges as a "hot spot" trail-a long burn mark made as the Pacific plate passed over a stationary hot spot in Earth's mantle.
She rushed inside the bedroom and applied a cream on the baby's thigh but the burn mark stayed.