Definition of Inkblots

1. Noun. (plural of inkblot) ¹



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Definition of Inkblots

1. inkblot [n] - See also: inkblot

Lexicographical Neighbors of Inkblots

ink eradicators
ink erasers
ink fountain
ink pad
ink pads
ink slinger
ink well
ink wells
inkball
inkberries
inkberry
inkblot
inkblot test
inkblots (current term)
inkbottle
inke
inked
inker
inkers
inkfish
inkfishes
inkhorn
inkhorn term
inkhornism
inkhornisms
inkhorns
inkhosi
inkier

Literary usage of Inkblots

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Literary Disorders: Holistic Diagnosis and Remediation by Ula C. Manzo, Anthony V. Manzo (1993)
"In the Rorschach test, for example, inkblots are shown and the subject is ... Interpretation of inkblots is very difficult, since it generally takes a great ..."

2. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1901)
"Once again I ran through the smiling green headland of the Lleyn, with its inkblots of black cattle, its bold isolated hills (so garish in purple and gold ..."

3. Notes in Psychology on Lectures Supplementary to James' Psychology by Joseph Jastrow (1912)
"... differences in irregular shapes, like inkblots, and determine how far changes could be detected. The test of the ellipses at once suggests that size, ..."

4. Larue's Maneuvers by James Isaiah Gabbe (2007)
"They flashed cards with inkblots and carefully analyzed his impressions. They showed him pictures of people doing such things as hitting a baseball and ..."

5. Agricultural Policy Reform and Adjustment: The Swedish Experience by Oecd, OECD. (1995)
"The scenarios project a picture, reminiscent of the inkblots in a Rorschach test. In similar fashion, reactions to them are revealing of the beliefs, hopes, ..."

6. What Schools for the Future? by Istance, David (2001)
"The scenarios project a picture, reminiscent of the inkblots in a Rorschach test. 1n similar fashion, reactions to them are revealing of the beliefs, hopes, ..."

7. The Outrage by Annie Vivanti (1918)
"gasped Louise, and her large eyes were like inkblots in her colourless face. "Yes, and at Fleron." There was silence. Then Louise spoke. ..."

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