Verb(1) catch sight of(2) detect with the senses(3) mar or impair with a flaw(4) make a spot or mark onto(5) become spotted(6) mark with a spot or spots so as to allow easy recognition
Adjective(1) having spots or patches (small areas of contrasting color or texture
(1) The right side of his face was not entirely immobile, but rigid, as though molded from some obscene plastic, and above it the bare front of his scalp was frail and spotted brown, like a quail's egg.(2) Unlike the more familiar and common pea aphid, relatively few spotted alfalfa aphids can significantly reduce the growth of alfalfa, particularly in new seedings.(3) They raised cackling laying hens and pastured fat, spotted steers.(4) The cover shows a man in white suit with a ridiculous polka dotted tie, even more absurd spotted socks, and clownish white and black shoes.(5) Edmund Spenser in his Amoretti sonnets compares his love with a spotted panther who attracts with beauty but shows no mercy and is cruel.(6) In Dear, a spotted fawn stands in a field of daisies, gazing at the viewer with a moist brown eye.(7) The black-and-white spotted machines, which serve dairy products exclusively, were installed in schools at the beginning of the school year.(8) The natural philosophy that first attempted to rescue human beings from the mechanics of science now has been extended to all organic life from the spotted owls of our forests to valued bacteria in our soil.(9) He walks a Dalmatian down the street and carries a black-and-white spotted banner in a parody of identity and affiliation.(10) The white canines are splashed with glossy brown, giving an effect something like spotted fur but more like a spill or an abstract painting.(11) The spotted owl case of 1990, which put federal forests in the Pacific Northwest off limits for logging, is one of the most notable.(12) The spotted fur cape he wears in many pictures reinforces this wilderness imagery.(13) A dog breeder will choose dogs with desirable characteristics (largeness, smallness, spottedness , quickness) to parent future litters.(14) Kron was seemingly the first who considered the hypothesis that spottedness of the stellar surface was causing these distortions.(15) There are two genes, one for body color and one for spottedness .(16) The breeding male is darker, with increased spottedness .
(1) spot :: スポット
2. polka-dot ::
3. spotty ::
4. notice ::
5. stain ::
6. blob ::
7. blemish ::
8. distinguish ::
9. spy ::
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