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Definition of Mar

  • A small lake. See Mere.
  • To make defective; to do injury to, esp. by cutting off or defacing a part; to impair; to disfigure; to deface.
  • To spoil; to ruin.
  • A mark or blemish made by bruising, scratching, or the like; a disfigurement.
  • a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body)
  • the month following February and preceding April
  • destroy or injure severely
  • make imperfect

How to use mar in a sentence. Mar pronunciation.

All that he saw was as unlike what he had known in past years as though he had come to Mars or Jupiter.
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But presently we found a spring of fresh water, convenient, and then, with nothing to mar our enjoyment, and no stragglers to interrupt it, we entered into our rest.
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You will mar all with these cosmetics.
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Thou art the Mars of malcontents; I second thee; troop on.
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He took with him fifty men, besides Mr. Ingham, Mr. Hermsdorf, and three Indians. ====== 6 Mar. 1736.
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Yet has not strength to keep in check the foes That rise within him, mars his Fortune’s fame, And brings her by his feebleness to shame.
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Genealogia popôrelor balcanice_. Mémoire présenté à l'Académie roumaine, 27 mars 1892.
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His expression was so severe, so serene, so immobile, that it seemed obvious that for him at least there was a grandeur in the departing hour which no petty irritation on his part was to mar, although the wasting time wasted also high private hopes of his own.
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He was dimly aware that his beautiful neighbor was very leisurely drinking the peace offering of the susceptible son of Mars.
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The Calcutta general was a Knight of Venus, as well as a Son of Mars, and had guarded memories of some wild episodes of his own there in the halcyon days of the great chieftain who had builded it.
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Originally these four ages were merely the four seasons; and as each season was under the supposed influence of a planet, it bore the name of the metal appropriated to that planet; thus spring was the age of the sun, or of gold; summer the age of the moon, or of silver; autumn the age of Venus, or of brass; and winter the age of Mars, or of iron.
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Was it he who opposed this confounded Abellino to Matteo, and charged him to mar my plans against her?
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They soon gave way to pride, however, as the boy assured him that worse than any punishment was the humiliation of being brought before his own teacher, and he further assured him that never again would he do a thing that would mar the sacred relations of pupil and teacher.
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I will be thoughtful of the effects of my actions and so restrain myself that no act of mine may mar the life or detract from the happiness of my associates or of my successors.
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This day, with all its mistakes, and blots, and mars, you can never live over again.
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The Mars of these two is an old culture, old and finite.
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He dreamed of these things which his planet Mars had not known for millions of years.
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Boy, am I glad to find somebody intelligent on Mars; from the air we couldn't see any cities or anything, and we were afraid the planet didn't have any life.
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On earth, where his tabernacles are; But the sea is wanton, the sea is wilful, And who shall mend her and who shall mar?
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For talent when their wits are blind,- An aptitude to mar and break What others diligently make.
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Examples of Mar

Example #1
All that he had heard recalled to him his first readings in the Old Testament-the story of Nebuchadnezzar, of Belshazzar, of Ahasuerus-of Ahasuerus!
Example #2
The cushions among which he sat had come from Constantinople, the rug at his feet from Tiflis, the prayer-rug on the wall from Mecca.
Example #3
After leaving the Sink, we traveled along the Humboldt river a little way.
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Mr. Ballou, being the architect and builder of the beverage felt constrained to endorse and uphold it, and so drank half a cup, by little sips, making shift to praise it faintly the while, but finally threw out the remainder, and said frankly it was "too technical for him.
Example #5
God made you one face; and you make yourself another.
Example #6
Think of your grave, woman, not ever of being beautified.