What Is Their Main Difference?
They only have similar dictations. 'Scared' defines someone or something frightened, whereas, 'scarred' refers to someone or something having a mark.
'Scared' refers to someone frightened, while, 'scarred' describes someone with a mark or a scar. Look at the examples below:
Look at how
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They only have similar dictations.
Are They Interchangeable?
They cannot be used interchangeably because they have different meanings. 'Scared' describes someone frightened, while, 'scarred' means someone who has a mark or scar. Compare:
✓ The lady was scared to death.
X The lady was scarred to death.
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