Definition of Spots

1. Noun. Spots before the eyes caused by opaque cell fragments in the vitreous humor and lens. "Floaters seem to drift through the field of vision"

Exact synonyms: Floater, Musca Volitans, Muscae Volitantes
Generic synonyms: Symptom



Definition of Spots

1. Noun. (plural of spot) ¹

2. Verb. (third-person singular of spot) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Spots

1. spot [v] - See also: spot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spots

spotface
spotfaced
spotfaces
spotfacing
spotless
spotlesse
spotlessly
spotlessness
spotlessnesses
spotlight
spotlighted
spotlighting
spotlights
spotlike
spotlit
spots (current term)
spotshank
spottable
spotted
spotted Joe-Pye weed
spotted antbird
spotted bat
spotted bowerbird
spotted coral root
spotted cowbane
spotted crake
spotted cranesbill
spotted cucumber beetle
spotted cucumber beetles

Literary usage of Spots

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1. Report (1905)
"General color above yellowish brown to reddish brown, with a vertebral series of 30-40 black spots, 2-5 scales long and 3-7 wide. The dorsal spots are more ..."

2. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1878)
"which correspond closely in their maxima and minima periods with those of sun-spots. (2) A more comprehensive survey of the European rainfall has so far ..."

3. The Sun by Charles Greeley Abbot (1911)
"Indeed, sun-spots were for a time called in France the ... Viewed in a telescope, or projected on a screen, the sun-spots are plainly seen, and appear to ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"The first peculiarity of the spots is that they are rarely seen at more than 35° ... Thus we see that there are two zones of spots,' one north and the other ..."

5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"The first peculiarity of the spots is that they are rarely seen at more thnn 35° ... Thus we see that there are two zones of spots? one north and the other ..."

6. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1918)
"The results showed that the stimulation of intensive pressure spots made no ... Similarly D reports: with highly responsive pressure spots, long line (41) ..."

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