Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Marked by small spots; appearing as if sprinkled from a wet brush: specifically noting a kind of decoration of pottery, the edges of cheaply bound books, etc.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sprinkle.

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Examples

  • The quaint plazas have magic dust sprinkled from the church towers on the newbies.

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  • The quaint plazas have magic dust sprinkled from the church towers on the newbies.

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  • The very few violent situations were most probably caused by kettling and the agent provocateurs you had in sprinkled throughout the crowd.

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  • The quaint plazas have magic dust sprinkled from the church towers on the newbies.

    MORE ISSUES

  • The quaint plazas have magic dust sprinkled from the church towers on the newbies.

    MORE ISSUES

  • The quaint plazas have magic dust sprinkled from the church towers on the newbies.

    MORE ISSUES

  • The quaint plazas have magic dust sprinkled from the church towers on the newbies.

    MORE ISSUES

  • The quaint plazas have magic dust sprinkled from the church towers on the newbies.

    MORE ISSUES

  • The quaint plazas have magic dust sprinkled from the church towers on the newbies.

    MORE ISSUES

  • The quaint plazas have magic dust sprinkled from the church towers on the newbies.

    MORE ISSUES

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