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pock·mark

 (pŏk′märk′)
n.
1. A pitlike scar left on the skin by smallpox or another eruptive disease.
2. A small pit on a surface: The gophers left the lawn covered with pockmarks.
tr.v. pock·marked, pock·mark·ing, pock·marks
To cover with pockmarks; pit.

pock′marked′ adj.

pockmarked

(ˈpɒkˌmɑːkd)
adj
(Pathology) abounding in pockmarks
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pockmarked - used of paved surfaces having holes or pits
rough, unsmooth - having or caused by an irregular surface; "trees with rough bark"; "rough ground"; "rough skin"; "rough blankets"; "his unsmooth face"
2.pockmarked - marked by or as if by smallpox or acne or other eruptive skin disease
blemished - marred by imperfections

pockmarked

adjective scarred, spotted, pitted, blemished, pocked He had a pockmarked face.
Translations
مَجْدور، مُجَدَّر
poďobaný
koparret
himlõhelyesragyás
meî bóluör
poďobaný
çiçek bozuğuçopur

pockmarked

[ˈpɒkmɑːkt] ADJ [face] → picado de viruelas; [surface] → marcado de hoyos
to be pockmarked withestar marcado or acribillado de

pockmarked

[ˈpɒkmɑːrkt] adj [face] → grêlé(e); [surface, wall] → criblé(e) de petits trous

pockmarked

[ˈpɒkˌmɑːkt] adj (face) → butterato/a; (surface) → bucherellato/a

pockmark

(ˈpokmaːk) noun
a scar or small dent in the skin caused by smallpox etc.
ˈpockmarked adjective
References in classic literature ?
The last of the Horse Guards, a huge pockmarked fellow, frowned angrily on seeing Rostov before him, with whom he would inevitably collide.
It's I," said a firm, pleasant, woman's voice, and the stern, pockmarked face of Matrona Philimonovna, the nurse, was thrust in at the doorway.
The maid who opened it was short, dark, and slightly pockmarked.
A BOUNTY of PS10,000 has been put up to help catch a pockmarked prowler thought to have killed hundreds of cats.
Steinhauer is described as Aboriginal, short black hair, pockmarked face, husky build and approximately 5'9.
Hart had a decent club season, pockmarked by some mistakes and, although the harshest judges might have studied his movements for Russia's goal, he was blameless in Marseille.
Come to Mexico in bad company and running from a sordid past, Retch lives with Dolores Anguamea, a dark-skinned woman whose history is as scarred as her pockmarked face.
He said that he had been at work, but that his wife told him that when the family fled they saw many homes and a local kindergarten with newly pockmarked walls and broken windows.
The suspect is described as white, aged around 20, 5ft 6ins tall, with a pockmarked face.
UPDATE: Earth's moon and Mars are not alone in their pockmarked appearances.
7 TV treats Temporarily laying her nipped-in waists and trademark curly do to rest ("I still like big hair," she says with a laugh), the actress spent hours in the make-up chair being made-under to play the ageing and pockmarked Queen Elizabeth I.
In the distance is a region of younger, tectonically modified smooth plains that have been pockmarked by small craters.