Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having blotches; disfigured with blotches: as, “his big, bloated, blotchy face,”

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Having blotches.

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  • adjective Covered in blotches.

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  • adjective marked with irregularly shaped spots or blots
  • adjective marred by discolored spots or blotches

Etymologies

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blotch +‎ -y

Examples

  • And this book is coming out in blotchy patches, which is interesting in the 'I wish it wouldn't do that' sense.

    January 27th, 2005

  • And it has a so-called blotchy database, of skin conditions.

    Privacy Digest

  • And it has a so-called blotchy database, of skin conditions.

    All Stories | The New York Observer

  • His face was kind of blotchy and pink and he didn't seem like he knew what to do.

    Critical Conditions

  • His face was kind of blotchy and pink and he didn't seem like he knew what to do.

    Critical Conditions

  • Brockman's face got kind of blotchy with pinks and whites.

    The Last Coyote

  • I also find after prolonged exposure, my fingers become swollen, tingling and 'blotchy' (uneven colour with patchy redness).

    Tech Beat - BusinessWeek

  • "blotchy," provided a link to a blog by Al Aronowitz, written for The New York Sunday News of November 11, 1973.

    Expecting Rain

  • "blotchy," provided a link to a blog by Al Aronowitz, written for The New York Sunday News of November 11, 1973.

    Expecting Rain

  • "blotchy," provided a link to a blog by Al Aronowitz, written for The New York Sunday News of November 11, 1973.

    Expecting Rain

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