blotchy


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marked with irregularly shaped spots or blots

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marred by discolored spots or blotches

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In older children, teenagers and adults, the symptoms of meningitis can include: A fever, with cold hands and feet Vomiting Drowsiness and difficulty waking up Confusion and irritability Severe muscle pain Pale, blotchy skin, and a dis-tinctive rash (although not eve-
If the fans had been Scottish, there'd have been peely–wally, puffy–eyed, blotchy, greetin' faces – whether we had won or lost.
Ink-blot is a girl drawn with blotchy, black- and-white ink strokes.
A PS1 cone weighed 260g on my in-car scales, but the freshly-cooked, hot chips were too greasy and their red, blotchy appearance put me off.
Also if I'm nervous or stressed I get a blotchy rash across my chest.
He had a blotchy, weathered complexion and spoke with a local accent.
CREATED in response to women who experience facial redness, or rosacea, this concentrated blend of vitamins, chamomile, arnica and ferulic acid helps calm and comfort red, irritated and blotchy skin.
Anybody who has spent more than five minutes looking at horses in the paddock knows Denman is not a 'looker', especially in March, when his coat has looked blotchy and dull for the last three festivals.
These symptoms are followed by a red, blotchy rash that begins on the face and spreads to the rest of the body.
He had pale skin and a blotchy forehead and was clean shaven.
Eve Lom Rescue Mask from SpaceNK on Grainger Street is pounds 25 for a 50ml tube and promises to reduce blotchy skin and minimise irritated and erupted conditions.
A landscape is no longer blotchy, checkered green, but a lush forest of thousands of intricately needled trees.
And the articulation of the details of the architecture and landscape, the amazing variety of handling he applies to landscape--from tapestry-like botanical studies that would do William Morris proud; to fine, classically rendered trees; and even to occasional essays into blotchy impressionism.