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Synonyms for blob

Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

Synonyms for blob

an indistinct shapeless form

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Viewers can expect to see the likes of Wolf from Gladiator, and children's character Mr Blobby, feature alongside 60s roller girls in the fun and colourful campaign.
Noisy and clumsy as he was, Mr Blobby became a national celebrity and even achieved a number one record
Prior to his appearance on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, Noel made some digs about Blobby's booze battle.
They include blob fishes, which are cousins of Mr Blobby, who was voted the world's ugliest animal in 2013 by the Ugly Animal Preservation Society and became a global media sensation.
"I got in touch, they still had it and that's when I thought 'I'm going for Blobby'."
Mr Blobby's classic lyrics included the memorable lines: "Blobby, Mr Blobby, you're the guy who puts the do in do or die Blobby, Mr Blobby, your deeds are guaranteed to stupefy."
The three friends are to travel in a 1996 Vauxhall Astra - which they bought for pounds 300 and painted in Mr Blobby colours - for their mission to raise funds for the Wales Air Ambulance.
Things are going OK until Jen gets a bit of blue, blobby yoghurt on her shoe.
Among the quirkier items left behind include a life-size Mr Blobby costume and an urn con,taining the ashes of a guest's late wife.
Greedy Huntley, 35, is so fat he is nicknamed "Blobby" by prisoners.
The technologies described here could be used to create whole new areas of architectural protocols, spatial tactics and epistemologies, but architects seem content on continually going over the same tired blobby blinkered ground.
Gallagher has an enormous vocabulary of shapes, and the transmutations of her blobby wigs from frame to frame have a novelistic or, rather, comic book-like flow: We are asked to decipher a narrative, spatial rather than sequential, that charts the stylistic variation exercised by a certain population over a certain period of time.
Astronomers have suggested that when two spiral galaxies merge, they form a blobby elliptical galaxy.
Will the bank's defence be that that's impossible after he created Mr Blobby? 2 Paul Burrell claiming the ghost of Diana talks to him at night.