cicatrice (n.) Old form(s): sicatrice
scar, scar-like mark
AW II.i.43[Parolles to Lords] Captain Spurio, with his cicatrice ... here on his sinister cheek
AYL III.v.23[Phebe to Silvius] lean upon a rush, / The cicatrice and capable impressure / Thy palm some moment keeps
Cor II.i.142[Volumnia to Menenius] There will be large cicatrices to show the people
Ham IV.iii.62[Claudius alone, as if to the King of England] yet thy cicatrice looks raw and red
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