measled

measled

(ˈmiːzəld)
adj
(Veterinary Science) (of cattle, sheep, or pigs) infested with tapeworm larvae; measly
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Sausage and mash: Let's compare it to a French rustic stew, though they probably woudn't serve that with a wonderfully gloopy buttery mash measled with black pepper.
The libel beginning "Tire measled Boare is frankt" similarly combines a density of meanings into its opening line.
"It includes bird's eye red oak, measled red oak and plum pudding oak.
As if by Neptune's whim, one stretch will be rich in urchins, measled cowries, sunrise tellins, conches, and an occasional bleeding tooth; the next, empty except for a branch of sea fan.
Both cottontails and black-tailed jacks were so plentiful the highways were measled with dark spots and white tufts.