It was coming down the road--coming in the shadder of the trees, and you couldn't see it good; not till it was pretty close to us; then it stepped into a bright splotch
of moonlight and we sunk right down in our tracks--it was Jake Dunlap's ghost
My Lady joining in, pointing out other places, and shouting other names, only made matters worse; and at last the Baron, in despair, took to pointing out places for himself, and feebly asked "Is that great yellow splotch
Pluto had not a white hair upon any portion of his body; but this cat had a large, although indefinite splotch
of white, covering nearly the whole region of the breast.
He wore an open jacket, with a splotch
of tar on the sleeve, a red-and-black check shirt, dungaree trousers, and heavy boots badly worn.
There was still the rayed splotch
in the upper right-hand corner where a tear had fallen.
In the painting Emptiness, a squarish splotch
of rich, almost indeterminate darkness--does its blackness contain a hint of deep red?
But I missed my turn, because the previous easily-recognizable picture of a locomotive has been replaced by a little square containing a splotch
of brown for sand, a splotch
of blue for sky and a splotch
of green (I think) for an oversize palm tree.
Bosses said he was left with an ugly splotch
of paint and decided to disguise it by deliberately turning the c of school into an o.
And what beautiful flowers - like gently crumpled fine pink tissue paper with a splotch
of maroon at the base.
Children will adore opening the fold-out egg to find the baby Splotch
hatchling on the dramatic last page.
Lenses are treated with Splotch
Guard, an oleophoibic treatment that prevents fingerprints and smudges from adhering to the surface of the lens.
The only unusual thing found, at least for now, was a whitish splotch
on Discovery's right wing that looked like a bird dropping.