Definition of Splotched

1. Adjective. Marked with irregularly shaped spots or blots.

Exact synonyms: Blotched, Blotchy
Similar to: Patterned
Derivative terms: Blotch



Definition of Splotched

1. Verb. (past of splotch) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Splotched

1. splotch [v] - See also: splotch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Splotched

splogs
sploit
sploits
splooged
splooges
splooging
splore
splores
splosh
sploshed
sploshes
sploshing
splot
splotch
splotched (current term)
splotches
splotchier
splotchiest
splotching
splotchy
spludgy
splurchase
splurchases
splurge
splurged
splurger
splurgers
splurges
splurgier

Literary usage of Splotched

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1. Four Years Under Marse Robert by Robert Stiles (1903)
"... Enemy—Buildings Felled and Scattered by Artillery—Gun Wheels Cut Down by Musketry—Bronze Guns splotched and Pitted Like Smallpox—Epitome of the Campaign ..."

2. Four Years Under Marse Robert by Robert Stiles (1904)
"... Look at the Enemy—Buildings Felled and Scattered by Artillery—G'un Wheels Cut Down by Musketry—Bronze Guns splotched and Pitted Like Smallpox—Epitome of ..."

3. A Dictionary of Similes by Frank Jenners Wilstach (1916)
"DICKENS. Split, Like fields of ice rent by the polar wind. — WORDSWORTH. splotched. splotched like a brandy drunkard's face with red stains. ..."

4. Friends of France: The Field Service of the American Ambulance Described by by Abram Piatt Andrew (1916)
"The sapeurs and artillerymen wear dull green-and-yellow splotched dusters that make them almost invisible in the woods and impart the most striking ..."

5. Friends of France: The Field Service of the American Ambulance Described by by Abram Piatt Andrew (1916)
"The sapeurs and artillerymen wear dull green-and-yellow splotched dusters that make them almost invisible in the woods and impart the most striking ..."

6. Friends of France: The Field Service of the American Ambulance Described by by Abram Piatt Andrew (1916)
"The sapeurs and artillerymen wear dull green-and-yellow splotched dusters that make them almost invisible in the woods and impart the most striking ..."

7. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1869)
"The guiar region splotched or speckled with gray. The sides of the body with the tail are splotched lichen-like with lightgray, the same sometimes covering ..."

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