mottled


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for mottled

Synonyms for mottled

having spots or patches of color

Synonyms

Related Words

References in classic literature ?
Our wagonette had topped a rise and in front of us rose the huge expanse of the moor, mottled with gnarled and craggy cairns and tors.
It lives on the bare sand near the sea coast, and from its mottled colour, the brownish scales being speckled with white, yellowish red, and dirty blue, can hardly be distinguished from the surrounding surface.
Ever her gaze wandered back to the chickens, to the mottled shade under the trees, to the warm wall of the barn, to the sleepy horse with its ever recurrent whisk of tail
Jean Pied-du-Port the country was mottled with the white tents of Gascons, Aquitanians and English, all eager for the advance.
Walking along the Strand, afterwards, and observing a hard mottled substance in the window of a ham and beef shop, which resembled marble, but was labelled 'Mock Turtle', I went in and bought a slab of it, which I have since seen reason to believe would have sufficed for fifteen people.
SEEK medical help urgently if you develop any of the following: | Slurred speech or confusion | Extreme shivering or muscle pain | Passing no urine (in a day) | Severe breathlessness | It feels like you're going to die | Skin mottled or discoloured IF your child is unwell with either a fever or very low temperature (or has had a fever in the last 24 hours), just ask: could it be sepsis?
Symptoms can include slurred speech or confusion, extreme shivering or muscle pain, passing no urine in a day, severe breathlessness, feeling you might die, skin mottled or discoloured.
This study is the first to assess the rate at which mallard and mottled ducks are combining into hybrids in the western Gulf of Mexico region of the United States.
Venous blood gas, electrolyte, and hematologic analytes of the mottled duck, Anas fulvigula.
They started off beautifully healthy this year, but have now developed mottled leaves.
We observed an increased relative abundance of mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdii, upstream from a renovated road-stream crossing during 2006, the first sampling season after stream restoration and habitat reconnection; a perched double-pipe culvert, essentially impassable to fish, was replaced with an open-bottom bridge during autumn 2005 (DeBoer, 2008).
This cultivar is tall, with multiple trunks that are mottled with deep mahogany, and the flowers, of course, are white.
99, all New Look | Untold jewel detail dress PS87, marabou feather shrug PS125, Mikey earrings PS18, Mikey necklace, PS24, Links of London watch PS250, all House of Fraser | Untold jewel detail dress PS87, marabou feather shrug PS125, Mikey earrings PS18, Mikey necklace, PS24, Links of London watch PS250, all House of Fraser | White stole PS45, jumper PS30, cream coat PS85, mottled PU trousers PS35, all River Island | White stole PS45, jumper PS30, cream coat PS85, mottled PU trousers PS35, all River Island
Since 1994, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) has been banding mottled ducks along the Gulf of Mexico's western coastline to determine the bird's distribution and better manage the species.
Once, at the mating time of the flocks, I had a dream in which I saw that the he-goats, as they mated, were streaked, speckled, and mottled.