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freck·le

 (frĕk′əl)
n.
Any of the small brownish spots on the skin that turn darker or increase in number upon exposure to the sun.
tr. & intr.v. freck·led, freck·ling, freck·les
To dot or become dotted with freckles or spots of color.

[From Middle English frakles, freckles, alteration of fraknes, probably of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse freknōttr, freckly.]

freck′ly adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.freckled - relating to or covered with or resembling freckles
patterned - having patterns (especially colorful patterns)
Translations
pihovatý
fregnet
freknóttur
pehavý
çilli

freckled

[ˈfrekld] ADJ freckly [ˈfreklɪ] ADJpecoso, lleno de pecas

freckled

[ˈfrɛkəld] adj [face, arms] → plein(e) de taches de rousseur

freckled

, freckly

freckled

[ˈfrɛkld] adjlentigginoso/a

freckle

(ˈfrekl) noun
a small brown spot on the skin. In summer her face was always covered with freckles.
verb
to cover with small brown spots.
ˈfreckled, ˈfreckly adjective

freckled

a. pecoso-a.
References in classic literature ?
Tildy with the blunt nose, the hay-coloured hair, the freckled skin, the bag-o'-meal figure, had never had an admirer.
Bitzer, after rapidly blinking at Thomas Gradgrind with both eyes at once, and so catching the light upon his quivering ends of lashes that they looked like the antennae of busy insects, put his knuckles to his freckled forehead, and sat down again.
But this freckled witch was very different, and although he found it rather difficult for his slower intelligence to keep up with her brisk mental processes he thought that he "kind of liked her chatter.
I was called from these reflections by the sight of a freckled woman with yellow hair and a yellow gown, standing in the porch of the inn, under a dull red lamp swinging there, that looked much like an injured eye, and carrying on a brisk scolding with a man in a purple woollen shirt.
She wore her hair now in an enormous pompador and had discarded the blue ribbon bows of auld lang syne, but her face was as freckled, her nose as snubbed, and her mouth and smiles as wide as ever.
Just then my antagonist turned his face around in my direction, the freckled light from the watchman's tin lantern fell on it, and, by George, he was the wrong man!
He was a homely, freckled, sandy-haired young fellow, with an intelligent blue eye that had frankness and comradeship in it and a covert twinkle of a pleasant sort.
From the character and turn of the inscription, "Also Georgiana Wife of the Above," I drew a childish conclusion that my mother was freckled and sickly.
I will answer for it, he never cared three straws about her-- who could about such a nasty little freckled thing?
shouted the red-haired, freckled gunner in a merry voice, standing to attention.
There was freckled places on the ground where the light sifted down through the leaves, and the freckled places swapped about a little, showing there was a little breeze up there.
DELIGHT for the eyes and a feast for the taste buds, delicious British tapas are wowing customers at the award winning Freckled Angel, adding a heavenly twist to eating out in Menai Bridge.