Marring sentence example

marring
  • To subordinate process to result is the European canon; to show the former without marring the latter is the Japanese ideal.
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  • Remember that red coloring mixed with other colors creates a palette of hues that can enhance the look of many sweet cocktails without marring their taste.
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  • We've all seen those 50s-style doors with the little row of windows on top marring the curb appeal of a classic bungalow or a clapboard Cape Cod house.
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  • The Hamilton Beach milkshake machine has "sure grip" rubberized feet so it stays where you put it without the risk of skidding or marring your countertops.
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  • One of the best ways that you can keep tarnish from marring the beauty of your paw print bracelet watch is by handling it and wearing it often.
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  • To avoid marring these historic cards, some people even choose to write the greeting on an insert instead of on the card itself.
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