1. Simple past tense and past participle of blemish


  1. Having blemishes; flawed.
    • 2001, Robert Weissberg, Chapter 18: Academic Tyranny: The Tale and the Lessons, Stuart S. Nagel (editor), Handbook of Public Policy Evaluation, page 111 ↗,
      Stated sharply, today′s centers of higher learning are more blemished than superficial appearances suggest, and what often seems “democratic” is little more than contrived public displays.
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