One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘In the second part of Henry IV Barrit's Falstaff, his face pocked with sores and his body decaying, became a more grotesque, more disturbing but also more exuberant figure.’
- ‘She was tall and deathly skinny, Asian, but with really pale acne pocked skin and black rimmed glasses that matched her long straight hair.’
- ‘He thanked the medical staff who determined he had been poisoned, which caused him extreme internal pain and left his face pocked and grey.’
- ‘In some places the stone is pocked and scarred by the corrosive effects of black sulphates.’
- ‘Their sides were pocked and scarred.’
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