Noun(1) a small contrasting part of something
Verb(1) produce a mottled effect(2) mark with small spots
(1) Then, using a paintbrush, fling tiny speckles of paint everywhere.(2) A few speckles of pink paint decorated the old lady's face and hair.(3) Both had the same golden-red-brown hair and soft brown eyes speckled with gold.(4) His fur was almost entirely grey, except for a few blond speckles .(5) Eve opened the door and saw that the blanket had been speckled with blood.(6) Each building was speckled primarily with lights of yellow, and a few reds and greens scattered about as well.(7) Small speckles of seasoning decorated the rich meat.(8) The sundress Deanna wore a few hours earlier was speckled in dirt and blood.(9) Standing up she exited he bathroom for the second time, trailed by speckles of red water.(10) Flecks of dark green paint came with it, speckling its sides as it slid through the door.(11) Her purse jingled as she rummaged through it before removing a single handkerchief, rosy pink with white speckles , and dabbing her tweaked brow.(12) They mournfully gazed at the empty floor that was earlier that day full of brown eggs speckled with grey spots.(13) He wore baby-blue patent-leather shoes and had speckles of gray in his five-o'clock shadow.(14) Her gray speckled hair was pulled up in a messy bun, and slim blue glasses hung on her sharp nose.(15) Pure white unfortunately, and I frowned at the speckles of red Tom had left upon it.(16) It was a strange coloured little creature, speckled brown like tortoiseshell.
1. spot ::
2. maculation ::
3. patch ::
4. dapple ::
6. bespeckle ::
Different Formsspeckle, speckled, speckles, speckling
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