A blemish even gives the appearance of a nail on the extended digit.
So dirt has morphed from moral blemish to commodity, and with it a market has been born.
So those air forces were allowed to continue to do things which it must be said in cold blood were a moral blemish , a moral blot perhaps on the conduct of the Allies.
the merest blemish on a Rolls Royce might render it unsalable
the girl's hands were without a blemish
The mental lapse that led to this deficit was the only blemish on Berden's sound professional performance.
I'm neither a human being nor an animal, I'm just an affront, a disgrace, a blemish that has to be hidden.
Celtic's easy, 5-1 victory at Parkhead in October was an uncharacteristic blemish on Kilmarnock's recent record in the fixture.
the offences were an uncharacteristic blemish on an otherwise clean record
Every blemish , every flaw, every hair is replicated.