Definition of Spottings
1. spotting [n] - See also: spotting
Lexicographical Neighbors of Spottings
Literary usage of Spottings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook to the Birds of Australia by John Gould (1865)
"In some specimens the white spottings of the upper surface are much brighter than in others. ... spottings ..."
2. Catalogue of the Exhibition of Paintings of Hokusai by Ernest Francisco Fenollosa (1901)
"... where everything is conceived as a rough mass of reduplicated spottings. Here the parts are not yet united so picturesquely, but the seed is sown. ..."
3. A Manual of North American Butterflies by Charles Johnson Maynard (1891)
"VIOLACEA EDW., also a winter form, has the spottings below quite distinct and prominent, never fused, and the color above is deep. ..."
4. A Manual of North American Butterflies by Charles Johnson Maynard (1891)
"Quite green beneath, with spottings on hind wings very small. Fig. ... Paler than P. sassacus, spottings at apex of fore wings above distinct and large, ..."
5. Basketry of the Papago and Pima by Mary Lois Kissell (1916)
"59b, but the added rectangular spottings at the union of the parallels show Pima influence, ... 62c, although the rectangular spottings show Pima influence, ..."
6. Contributions from the Anatomical Laboratory by Brown University Anatomical Laboratory (1905)
"One fact, however, is noticeable: the light spottings in the sixth stage are ... In the fifth stage the white spottings were seldom seen on the pleura of ..."