freckle


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Synonyms for freckle

Synonyms for freckle

a small brownish spot (of the pigment melanin) on the skin

become freckled

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mark with freckles

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The National Banana Freckle Eradication Program is Australia s largest ever plant pest eradication response.
He advises ditching foundation for a luminising BB or CC cream to airbrush the skin's overall tone while still allowing freckles to show through.
With this partnership, we are embarking on the next era of mobile activation -- which is based on The Internet of Things," said Neil Sweeney, President & CEO of Freckle IoT.
C's Val Garland dabbed on freckles using five different shades of eyeliner, for a convincing sun-kissed effect.
Charlotte had the freckle removed for safe measure and was told to expect the results in three weeks.
Freckles are skin cells acting up in response to the sun.
But the skin has a daunting array of freckles, bumps, and irregularities.
THERE was a time when freckles were seen as a defect - shouting ``girl next door'' rather than ``unattainable sex siren'' to all and sundry.
FRECKLES THE youthful marks are so in fashion right now that Topshop is launching its own freckle pencil.
It's not every fruit that has been considered a religious symbol, a cure for leprosy, and even a freckle eraser.
Kelly, whose 12th book, Once In A Lifetime, is out now, once had a raised freckle removed.
Like Tommy, who died last Thursday aged 51, she had a telltale itchy freckle, but thought nothing of it until she remembered Tommy's story.
And she wants Five to become Six - by joining the group as Freckle Spice.
Playing the redheaded and freckled acting legend Katharine Hepburn in the film, Blanchett thanked the makeup person ``who painted every single freckle on my face.