Definitions

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  • n. A spot; splotch.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A spot; a splotch.

Etymologies

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From Middle English splot, from Old English splott ("spot, blot, patch or plot of land"), from Proto-Germanic *spluttaz (“segment”), from Proto-Indo-European *splt-no- (“an off-split, segment”), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)pel- (“to split”). Related to split.

Examples

  • I considered going to ER this morning due to my heart and I think I will soon, as I need to assess whether it is electrical or structural failure which is causing me to wake, which makes a –bump-bump-bump-gurgle/splot sound.

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  • Was a woodchuck-sized blood splot in the middle of one lane, but no corpse and it could have been someone's beloved puddy-tat.

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  • Him haz blak pads, an pink, an brown, an 1 pink w/ a leetle splot of brown in centre.

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  • But today I was decanting a generous sample for a friend--a friend who has enjoyed this, and so I was happy to share--and a generous splot of McQueen's controversial juice ended up on my hand.

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  • Furst – Yur brayne. *picks up 1st splort* *scoopz up wnd splot* *scrapes up remaining branes frum 3rd splort* *pllooops them bak in the skull* *patz the brains down so the fitz in nicelee.

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  • Don't know if they have a cardinal bar up there, they got into the fermented sunflower seed and the barkeep told them to take it outside, but that's a good way to end up as a feathered splot on the asphalt.

    Tuesday roadkill report

  • But the fur color and the splot size looked like muskrat.

    Offensive post

  • A small splot then, a second motion in the ocean, the noise that a drop of water falling into the bathtub makes.

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  • He wiped the splot off the wood, cleaned the nib, then resumed his laborious effort to copy the page from Herbes and Their Selfsame Remedies, trying to look busy when Tellis reentered the workroom.

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  • His eyes fixed on a faint ink splot on the plastered wall.

    The White Order

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