Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having blotches; disfigured with blotches: as, “his big, bloated, blotchy face,”
- adj. Covered in blotches.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having blotches.
- adj. marked with irregularly shaped spots or blots
- adj. marred by discolored spots or blotches
- blotch + -y (Wiktionary)
“And this book is coming out in blotchy patches, which is interesting in the 'I wish it wouldn't do that' sense.”
“And it has a so-called blotchy database, of skin conditions.”
“His face was kind of blotchy and pink and he didn't seem like he knew what to do.”
“Brockman's face got kind of blotchy with pinks and whites.”
“I also find after prolonged exposure, my fingers become swollen, tingling and 'blotchy' (uneven colour with patchy redness).”
“blotchy," provided a link to a blog by Al Aronowitz, written for The New York Sunday News of November 11, 1973.”
“His face was kind of blotchy and pink and he didn’t seem like he knew what to do.”
“Mary crouched down, her face blotchy the way it gets after sex, and I pulled her close to ask if we still had it.”
“And every time she throws up her skinny blotchy arms and yells, “It's good!””
“In the upper left corner of one, a woman has pulled up her clothes and bent over to show her blotchy bottom covered with red pustules; in the lower right is the head of a man looking at her.”
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