birthmark birthmark  /ˈbɜrθ ˌmɑrk/


  • (n) a blemish on the skin that is formed before birth


  1. The unusual birthmark on the new General Secretary's forehead, combined with his inexplicably radical actions, gave him a mystical aura.
  2. Dutrow points out Big Brown's birthmark, a rare speck of white fuzz above his front left leg, and lovingly strokes his right ear.
  3. Only after a relative in the Air Force put out an informal bulletin to the military with the toddler's birthmark and nickname, Tottie, was he located at an Atlanta hospital.


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  1. Pamela told Peta Vice-President Dan Mathews as she stood in the nude: "Don't worry, nowadays they can airbrush out a baby as easily as a birthmark!"
    on Feb 19, 2007 By: Pamela Anderson Source:

  2. "No question it's mine," Gibson said. "I've even got the little birthmark right here under my left eye."
    on Mar 19, 2006 By: Daniel Gibson Source: Dallas Morning News

  3. "He had this big old gash on the top of his head," Peterson said. "It's like a big old birthmark. It looks like the continent of Africa."
    on Jan 5, 2008 By: Julian Peterson Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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