Jaundiced, splotchy skin subs for a full coat of green face paint.
It was a saffron shawl all embroidered with splotchy red flowers as big as my hand.
The Honourable George was more than spotted—he was splotchy.
This was a splotchy, spattery system of rust marks, like a bird's-eye view of the enemy's trenches after a week of drum fire.
There was the splotchy edge of shade just beyond his feet; there stretched a parched and drying furrow.
splotchy skin full of little holes, puffs in the cheeks, red eruptions on the forehead.
Blueskins were people who inherited a splotchy skin-pigmentation from other people who'd survived a plague.
I believe wed all better seek the haven of bed unless we want to be splotchy to-morrow from mosquito bites.
Blueskins were people who inherited a splotchy skin pigmentation from other people who'd survived a plague.