Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In botany, same as necrosis, 2.
- n. The tinting of photographs.
- n. The process of separating a train into sections.
- v. present participle of spot.
- n. the act of spotting or staining something
- n. the act of detecting something; catching sight of something
“A pair of binoculars are a great help in spotting squirrels especially in late winter when no foliage exists.”
“With Buffy the Vampire Slayer having been off the air for over five years now, who are our children turning to for advice in spotting bloodsuckers?”
“If you have (1) a knowledge of the substance and (2) know how to think logically then issue spotting is automatic.”
“But having tried to put this into practice has given me a real advantage in spotting the co-operative people I want to be/work/interact with.”
“Though it was initially unclear whether he got the first down as officials were late in spotting the ball, the Bills immediately sent out their field goal unit.”
“We traveled here during the dry season, when animal spotting is easiest.”
“Where I come from, spotting is just what you said it was: something between a girl and her panties.”
“Agreed: spotting is only for those most unfortunate events.”
“Funny, when I first read this post I assumed that rain spotting simply meant there would be lots of spots of rain — i.e. it would rain in different spots.”
“Perhaps this a US geographical thing, but we (in the southeast) use drizzle or mist – and spotting is most definitely a cycle related word.”
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