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1 His muddy boots splotched the carpet.
2 Most people would not find a brown splotch at all mysterious.
3 Great pale splotches appeared on the once-shining parquet floor where water had leaked in and stood in puddles.
4 Each owned a weird splotch of colour in a white and silver frame, painted and framed by a local artist.
5 White cloth splotches easily.
6 Don't splotch on the wall.
7 The french fries leave big greasy splotches on the paper bags they're served in.
8 I see the splotch of paint on my bedroom ceiling and think, "Oh, I should have touched that up...nine years ago."
9 The burning light-wick appears as a whole splotch of redness in the murkiness of her eyes.
10 What if her name was Big Ugly Splotch ?
11 To splash or daub with blobs; splotch.
12 There was still the rayed splotch in the upper right - hand corner where a tear had fallen.
13 The kitten was black with white front paws and a white splotch on her chest.
14 One was young with a cupid face dotted with two splotches of rouge,(www.Sentencedict.com) and long brown hair.
15 The islands rose sheer out of a millpond sea,(sentencedict.com) pillars of white limestone with ochre splotches capped in crinkly green.
16 In 2003, for example, a NASA satellite spotted a green splotch in Lake Erie that turned out to be a Microcystis bloom.
17 That's lucky. What if her name was Big Ugly Splotch ?
18 The present invention utilizes the cavitation effect of ultrasonic wave to make splotch separating fast so as to reach the aim of fast cleaning.
19 I love the hiss and pop of vinyl and the black splotch in the corner when a movie changes reels.
20 I love the hiss and pop of vinyl and the black splotch in the corner when a movie changes reels. I enjoyed the hushed, uneven ticking of a windup watch. I love handwriting.
21 I couldn't make out the next couple of lines, owing to an oily splotch of what smelled like suntan lotion.
22 Sarah recognized the first card she had typewritten that afternoon. There was still the rayed splotch in the upper right-hand corner where a tear had fallen.