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Spell check of blemish

Correct spelling: blemish

Synonyms:
fault, dishonor, hurt, impurity, blob, inadequacy, spot, lesion, weal, blister, smear campaign, fracture, fleck, help, smear, gash, lump, prejudice, blotch, blur, scar, hickey, disfigure, rift, dot, notch, smudge, nodule, pimple, deformity, make out, break, mar, dirtiness, stigma, black eye, nick, beautiful, disfigurement, espy, defacement, nevus, defect, distortion, discredit, scuff, zit, bug, scab, abrade, slit, eyesore, spoilage, drawback, birthmark, patch, lentigo, splotch, descry, mole, burnout, cicatrix, spy, smutch, discern, distinguish, tell apart, dent, character assassination, hack, check, excrescency, disserve, incompleteness, onus, faultiness, daub, speckle, discolor, recognize, pock, score, slovenliness, athlete's foot, damage, scrape, deform, deface, boil, immorality, stain, injury, imperfection, abrasion, pockmark, bedsore, defectiveness, scratch, flaw, bruise, injure, brand, tarnish, ignominy, slander, speck, pick out, recognise, chip, abscess, spoil, better, reproach, disgrace, shortcoming, MARKS, lack, respect, discoloration, breakage, harm, blot, attaint, detract from, deficiency, sore, soil, distort, excrescence, mark, blackhead, blight, uncleanliness, wart, vitiate, smirch, impair, kink, burn, taint, maculation, freckle.

Antonyms:
adornment, embellishment, enhancement, decoration, ornament.

Examples of usage:

1) Her education is very good; her morals without a stain or blemish. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

2) This may possibly be a blemish; yet in most novels the fictitious characters eclipse the historical ones. - "George Eliot", Mathilde Blind.

3) Again Fanny paused, to heave a tremendous sigh, then read on: But, madame, do not fear that I leave you burdened with debts; I have met all my obligations; I have paid everything, and my name will remain without blemish, at all events. - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.

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