scar2 past tense and past participle scarred, present participle scarring [transitive]
if a wound or cut scars you, it leaves a permanent mark on your body:
His hands were badly scarred by the fire.
She will probably be scarred for life.
if an unpleasant experience scars you, it leaves you with a feeling of sadness or fear that continues for a long time:
She was scarred by her father's suicide.
to spoil the appearance of something:
quarries that scar the landscape