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Synonyms for blotch

Synonyms for blotch

a discolored mark made by smearing

to mark or soil with spots

Synonyms for blotch

an irregularly shaped spot

mark with spots or blotches of different color or shades of color as if stained

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Then she drew forth a bundle of matches and lighted the candles; and last of all, a small red-framed shilling looking-glass, without blotches.
the face of the Scarecrow and many portions of his body bore great blotches of putz-pomade; for the Tin Woodman, in his eagerness to welcome his friend, had quite forgotten the condition of his toilet and had rubbed the thick coating of paste from his own body to that of his comrade.
The sound of galloping horses came suddenly out of the darkness below him, and a moment later he discerned the moving blotches of lighter color against the solid background of the night.
The sweat stood out on their skin in myriads of tiny drops that ran together, forming blotches of moisture, which, in turn, coalesced into rivulets that dripped to the ground.
His iron-gray hair, the deep wrinkles in his face, the bushy eyebrows that had grown white already, the veins on his protuberant nose, the tanned face covered with red blotches, everything about him, in short, indicated a man of fifty and the hard work of his profession.
But in my face do I feel through thy hand, two spots and red blotches itch!
What botanical blotches would he cheerfully stick upon his cheek, or forehead, if the dear old lady convicted him of an imperceptible pimple there
Ugly brutes they are; having, for the most part, scanty brown backs, like the lids of old horsehair trunks: spotted with unwholesome black blotches.
Let Mr Haredale go on,' said Gashford, upon whose unwholesome face the perspiration had broken out during this speech, in blotches of wet; 'I don't mind him, Sir John; it's quite as indifferent to me what he says, as it is to my lord.
It was a very dark miserable place, very low and very damp: the walls disfigured by a thousand rents and blotches.
Uppermost row comprising dark blotch anteriorly on scaled nape (V1 row), another around base of anterior dorsal spines (V2 row), three dark blotches (V3-5 rows) in sequence close to dorsal fin base, last blotch extending to about upper lateral line scales, one (V6 row) at end of dorsal fin base and one blotch (V7 row) dorsally on caudal peduncle.
Black spot causes dark blotches on pansy leaves while downy mildew produces paler blotches and grey mould.
The coating usually consists of a small amount of lubricant dispersed in a majority of carrier fluid, and this fluid must then dry before reaching the sheet winder or else the coating blotches.
The real culprit behind most facial wrinkles, spots, and blotches is not aging it's overexposure to the sun.