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  • verb Present participle of blot.

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Examples

  • They have not taken precautionary measures such as blotting out faces and license plates.

    Private Sector Big Brother Lurks Among Us

  • They have not taken precautionary measures such as blotting out faces and license plates.

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  • Meanwhile the person of whom he speaks IS HERE THE ACTOR-AUTHOR, whom the players, his friends, commended "wherein he faulted," namely, in not "blotting" where, in a thousand cases, Ben wishes that he HAD blotted.

    Shakespeare, Bacon, and the Great Unknown

  • As it advances, it makes once-complicated processes such as blotting out the background of images, very easy to do with software.

    Cult of Mac

  • As it advances, it makes once-complicated processes such as blotting out the background of images, very easy to do with software.

    Cult of Mac

  • As it advances, it makes once-complicated processes such as blotting out the background of images, very easy to do with software.

    Cult of Mac

  • Then projected it on the wall and painted it using a "blotting" motion with the brush to maintain the rough edges.

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  • This they measure by pricking your finger and placing a drop of blood on some kind of blotting paper.

    Kottu

  • After this there seems to be a kind of blotting out of life ” everything became dim, unreal, artificial.

    A Lost World

  • Blends with the plague-smoke, blotting out the sun,

    The Voyage of Magellan

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