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- adj. Covered in blotches.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of blotch.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Marked or covered with blotches.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. marked with irregularly shaped spots or blots
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He rounded a slight bend in the road, which then turned to gravel intermittently blotched with mud.
Her hands shook, and her face was blotched and swollen from weeping.
And the immersive nastiness of their aesthetic — decayed bathrooms, foul workshops, seeping industrial spaces, blades blotched with rust — distilled the slasher-flick elixir: atmosphere.
In the middle distance, on the broken foothills surrounding the crater, the greenery was blotched with black and gray swaths of bare or scorched earth.
The skin on his face was dull and blotched, his eyes drained of that familiar childlike wonder.
Her face was contorted in grief: her skin ruddy and blotched under her makeup, her eyes wet with tears.
He wants me to learn from his previous examples by transcribing and ordering all of his past cases, which is quite a task, considering how poor the penmanship is of these records—small, tight lettering, words in every margin, drawn maps blotched with ink, all written by Mr. Soper himself.
Mr. Soper raised his voice at her, and I looked at his blotched face, astonished at the sudden change in him.
The cheek-bones were blotched with the blood congested by the debauch that was evidently being slept off.
Her face was blotched red, and her jaw thrust out.