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(2) Sadly, the text is marred by careless errors.
(3) Bad diction marred the effectiveness of his speech.
(4) The report was marred by a mass of superfluous detail.
(5) Their wedding was marred by the death of Jenny's mother a week earlier.
(6) The surface of the table was badly marred up.
(7) A frown marred his handsome features.
(8) The demonstration was marred by violence.
(9) The noise marred the peace of night.
(10) A number of problems marred the smooth running of this event.
(11) It was a really nice day, marred only by a little argument in the car on the way home.
(12) The debate was marred by a brief lapse into unpleasant name - calling.
(13) The game was marred by the behaviour of drunken fans.
(14) His last months in office were marred by failing health.
(15) Some of the men's faces were marred with booze.
(16) The table was marred by cigarette burns.
(17) The occasion was marred by bickering.
(18) The movie's premiere was marred by gang-related violence.
(19) Violence marred the conduct of the election campaign with the main opposition leaders being repeatedly threatened.
(20) Outbreaks of fighting and lawlessness marred the New Year celebrations.
(21) Even if marred by partiality and vagueness, this work is easily recognisable as theory, as explanation[sentencedict.com/marred.html], not mere descriptive generalisation.
(22) The match was marred by first-half fighting and 15 penalties against the Lions in the second half.
(23) Sally lived in a happy whirl marred only by worrying about how far she should go.
(24) This second founding congress, however, was marred by an immediate schism.
(25) Licensed dealers offered a personal service, but this was marred by their self-interest.
(26) The joy of the end to the war was marred, unfortunately, by a worldwide influenza epidemic.
(27) That could not be said of the hectic, driven finale, marred by some rancid clarinet contributions.
(28) The health service over the last twenty years has been marred by periodic pay disputes which have disrupted patient services.
(29) But the convincing portrayal of childhood fantasies, fears and rituals is marred by the unnecessary melodramatic final sequence.
(30) I see what were once beautiful, shade-giving trees left marred and destroyed.