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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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Blob also has a sassy robot friend, Pinky, who helps with all the exposition and training, plus is playable in the two-player version.
Like everyone, the blob is a critic and, like every critic, a con.
Top flies were: Olive Fritz, Blobs and Cats Whisker.
The last important procedure of step 1 is ordering BLOBs in the final squareBlobList according to increasing distance of particular BLOB centroid (center of rectangle that surrounds a BLOB) from origin of binary image with coordinates ([x.sub.0], [y.sub.0]).
Daily Post reporter David Powell tries his hand at The Blob before having a go on the Crash and Splash aquatic obstacle course (above right) Pics: ROBERT PARRY JONES
Granular item restore with Ontrack PowerControls 7.2 is a game changer in how search and restoration from BLOBs is addressed, and we couldn't be happier with the result, said Burzin Patel, marketing director for StorSimple, Microsoft Corporation.
"Only a sea slug called Osborne but he's as deceitful as the blob."
(iii) blob clustering based on image distance between two points; the clusters containing only single blob are determined to be noncoded targets, whereas the clusters containing the required amount of blobs are treated as potential coded targets in succeeding recognition process;
Big red blobs represent the toughest four games, while the four easiest appear as big green blobs.
Inspired by their abstract blobs, everyone enjoyed painting expressive lines to create flowers, butterflies and swirls.
Each of the six pastel railings--pink, green, blue, yellow, gray, and purple--gives way to an amorphous blob in a central clearing.
A blob of steaming rock, erupted from an underwater volcano, that has a low enough density to float to the ocean surface.
" YOU like the EDF Blob better than me," complained my girlfriend the other day, as I commented on his cuteness following 13 consecutive days of failing to complement her.