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  • v. Present participle of splotch.


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  • The filling had bubbled over, splotching the lattice and sending up plumes of smoke.

    Memorial Day Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie

  • Banners and tartans hung on the walls between the windows, plaids and heraldry of all descriptions splotching the stones with color.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • "You people are mean-spirited, graceless bullies," he said, jabbing his hot dog at me in indignation, almost splotching mustard on my shirt.

    Sean Carman: I See Dead People Joe Klein

  • Now they were hurling eggs over the wall and at each other, splotching their white robes with orange, crimson, and plum.


  • You know those upitty Brit dames are wildcats in the sack, all into splotching, bondage and ass play.


  • I say that I suspect that they were for monitoring because they plants showed a characteristic yellow splotching.

    Talking the Talk

  • It seemed there was always snow here, splotching the gravel and the shale which was like flaked gray skin from the mountain itself.

    The Arsenal

  • But he still tried making his hand work enough to get the gun from under the left side of his coat, his formal shirt front splotching with blood from the first bullet's secondary wound.

    The Arsenal

  • It was fresh blood, though just beginning to coagulate; it was dabbled over his brown serge suit, splotching the neatly starched white cuffs of his shirt.

    Strange Alliance

  • The color was coming back to his face, splotching it unevenly.

    The Palace of Darkened Windows


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