blotchy


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blotch

 (blŏch)
n.
1. A spot or blot; a splotch.
2. A discoloration on the skin; a blemish.
3. Any of several plant diseases caused by fungi or bacteria and resulting in brown or black dead areas on leaves or fruit.
tr. & intr.v. blotched, blotch·ing, blotch·es
To mark or become marked with blotches.

[Probably blend of blot and botch.]

blotch′i·ly adv.
blotch′i·ness n.
blotch′y adj.

blotchy

(ˈblɒtʃɪ)
adj
covered in or marked by blotches
ˈblotchily adv
ˈblotchiness n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.blotchy - marked with irregularly shaped spots or blots
patterned - having patterns (especially colorful patterns)
2.blotchy - marred by discolored spots or blotches; "blotchy skin"
blemished - marred by imperfections

blotchy

adjective spotty, uneven, patchy, blemished, macular blotchy marks on the leaves
Translations

blotchy

[ˈblɒtʃɪ] ADJ (blotchier (compar) (blotchiest (superl))) → manchado, lleno de manchas

blotchy

[ˈblɒtʃi] adj [complexion] → marqué(e)

blotchy

adj (+er) skinfleckig; drawing, paintklecksig; a rather blotchy drawingein richtiges Klecksbild

blotchy

[ˈblɒtʃɪ] adjpieno/a or coperto/a di macchie
References in classic literature ?
He was tall, thin, and wasted, with a slight stoop in the shoulders, a pale face, but somewhat blotchy, and disagreeably red about the eyelids, plain features, and a general appearance of languor and flatness, relieved by a sinister expression in the mouth and the dull, soulless eyes.
exclaimed another passenger, a shabbily dressed man of about forty, who looked like a clerk, and possessed a red nose and a very blotchy face.
He did not speak or move, but the blotchy green of his countenance turned livid, and the froth froze upon his lips.
On the contrary, in these sadly degenerate days an evil-smelling breath, a blotchy face, a reeling gait, and a husky voice are regarded as the hall marks of the cad rather than or the gentleman.
An epergne or centrepiece of some kind was in the middle of this cloth; it was so heavily overhung with cobwebs that its form was quite undistinguishable; and, as I looked along the yellow expanse out of which I remember its seeming to grow, like a black fungus, I saw speckled-legged spiders with blotchy bodies running home to it, and running out from it, as if some circumstances of the greatest public importance had just transpired in the spider community.
She had a cast in one of her eyes, and (if I may use the expression) one of the most muddy, blotchy complexions it was ever my misfortune to see in a person's face.
I neither knocked nor rang, but found him in his consulting-room with red eyes and a blotchy face.
The other, a very stout, buxom woman with a purplish-red, blotchy face, excessively smartly dressed with a brooch on her bosom as big as a saucer, was standing on one side, apparently waiting for something.
It tends to cause sore throat and feverish symptoms, followed by a characteristic blotchy pink-red rash on the body.
Camouflage any ruddiness in your skin (try a do-it-all compact) so the finished look feels intentional and bold, not blotchy.
Users and dentists don't know how severe the charcoal supplement may be, so it may leave teeth stained or blotchy.
6 Itchiness all over with a blotchy rash or spots like nettle rash that come and go.