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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blot.
  • n. Plural form of blot.

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Examples

  • No one truly believes that ignorance of a word blots out knowledge of what that word represents, and in fact it usually works the other way - we know a concept even if we don't know the word for it.

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  • For families looking for a nongeographic name for these birthmarks, I have suggested using the term "ink blots," but Mongolian spots are a commonly used term in the health care field.

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  • Also the rolls favour the computer in setting up "blots" in it's home board near the beginning of the game which makes it difficult for you to get back in.

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  • "blots," on points are vulnerable to being hit and sent out of the game until a lucky throw of the dice brings them back in.

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  • It may not, on the Day of Judgment, or any other day, lessen its collective responsibility by baptizing certain portions of its organism as extraneous "blots" dropped thereon from without.)

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  • If he spills something on an exotic-leather item, he blots it gently and then uses a little warm water on the stain right away.

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  • Prof. SUTHERLAND: Well, they look very different, obviously, in that they are filled with blots, crossings out into linear insertions.

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  • The project revivified an unloved plot of sprawl, the kind of car-centered, nowhere space that blots the landscape all across North America.

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  • Since the ink blots are black, they would probably see President Obama coming to kill their grandmothers.

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  • His silken hair hid his face from view, but she saw dark spatters on the wood floor beneath him, like tiny ink blots, and realized his nose was bleeding again.

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