SCARS


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
AcronymDefinition
SCARSSpecial Combat Aggressive Reactionary Systems
SCARSSouthern California Antique Radio Society
SCARSSecond Chance Animal Refuge Society (Kansas)
SCARSSerialized Control And Reporting System
SCARSStatus, Control, Alerting & Reporting System
SCARSSignal Characterization And Recognition System
References in classic literature ?
When the Chippewas tied Magua to the stake, and cut this gash," said the other, laying his finger on a deep scar, "the Huron laughed in their faces, and told them, Women struck so light
Madam," answered the porter, "these gentlemen entreat you to explain to them why you should first whip the dogs and then cry over them, and also how it happens that the fainting lady is covered with scars.
Villefort mechanically felt for the handle of the door; Valentine, who understood sooner than anyone her grandfather's answer, and who had often seen two scars upon his right arm, drew back a few steps.
But you have not told me all--his age, his family, his profession; though I presume he has borne arms in the service of his country, and that his manly breast is already covered with the scars of honour.
The words of hatred and contempt--the first he had ever heard in his life--seemed like scorching missiles that were making ineffaceable scars on him.
Occasionally I noticed among the men the scars of wounds they had received in battle; and sometimes, though very seldom, the loss of a finger, an eye, or an arm, attributable to the same cause.
His shoulders, and body to his waist, were entirely bare, with the exception of a silver medallion of Washington, that was suspended from his neck by a thong of buckskin, and rested on his high chest, amid many scars.
The hasty action tore the wretch's upper clothing nearly to the waist, and his body was seamed with dry black scars.
Now I know, for I have good cause,"--Akela looked down at the old dry scars on his flank and side,--"that men do not carry guns for pleasure.
And, then, I don't want any second-hand, spurious sensations; I want the knowledge that leaves a trace--that leaves strange scars and stains and reveries behind it
In the center of the rich red carpet was a black and gold Louis Quinze table, a lovely antique, now sacrilegiously desecrated with marks of glasses and the scars of cigar-stumps.
Woodcourt said before those scars were there about your marrying--"