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a very small circular shape

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the shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code

scatter or intersperse like dots or studs

make a dot or dots

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mark with a dot

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References in classic literature ?
The lamplighter now dotting the quiet Close with specks of light, and running at a great rate up and down his little ladder with that object--his little ladder under the sacred shadow of whose inconvenience generations had grown up, and which all Cloisterham would have stood aghast at the idea of abolishing--the Dean withdraws to his dinner, Mr.
At first Middleton could not distinguish the small dark objects, that were dotting the dusky clouds, but as they came swiftly onward, first their forms, and then their heavy waving wings, became distinctly visible.
They admired everything--the old grey porch, the mullioned windows, the venerable gravestones dotting the green churchyard, the ancient tower, the very weathercock; the brown thatched roofs of cottage, barn, and homestead, peeping from among the trees; the stream that rippled by the distant water-mill; the blue Welsh mountains far away.
Dotting the dot map: An analysis of dot size, number, and visual tone density.
Kabir Shahani, the Dot Connector (in charge of communications and strategy) at Blue Dot, adds, "By Dotting places I go and things I find interesting on a daily basis, I've found a great way to maintain relationships with people I don't see often.