verb (used with object), blobbed, blob·bing.
Origin of blob
Examples from the Web for blob
The movie could have been, should have been, The Blob, 21st-centurystyle.
Maybe a blob of cigarette ash obscured that particular sentence.
Soon they spied the blob of Mr Dudeney's hat against the sky a long way off.Rewards and Fairies|Rudyard Kipling
"I wish I didn't have such a blob of a nose," she said ruefully.Mary Louise and Josie O'Gorman|Emma Speed Sampson
Reuben Cory watched his tall brother lift a candle in its pewter sconce and trim a blob of wax with his thumbnail.Wilderness of Spring|Edgar Pangborn
A blob of blue smoke curled out of a hole the size of a hogshead in a steep bank overhung with alders.Cabin Fever|B. M. Bower
At any rate, there is the great impassable waterfall, the blob above it and below.A Book of Natural History|Various
British Dictionary definitions for blob
verb blobs, blobbing or blobbed
Word Origin for blob
Word Origin and History for blob
"drop, globule," 1725, from a verb meaning "to make or mark with blobs" (early 15c.), perhaps related to bubble. The same word was used 16c. in a sense "bubble, blister."