- a diseased, discolored spot or area on a plant.
- a disease so characterized, usually accompanied by cankers and lesions.
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How to use blotch in a sentence
Observations of distant galaxies showed them flying apart from each other, suggesting the current cosmos to be just the adult phase of a universe born long ago in the burst of a tiny blotch of energy.A century ago, Alexander Friedmann envisioned the universe’s expansion|Tom Siegfried|May 20, 2022|Science News
An x-ray revealed “blotches” on his lungs, and he was kept at the hospital for 10 hours to increase his oxygen levels, The Times reported.Gold medalist Tom Daley battled COVID in hospital prior to Tokyo games|Staff reports|October 2, 2021|Washington Blade
Meanwhile, females are much less flashy with a greenish or floury brown hide peppered with deeper blotches.This rainbow-scaled lizard lived anonymously in the Andes—until now|Grace Wade|September 6, 2021|Popular-Science
One variety for cutting, known as "cinnamon blotch," is a leaf of good body and is considered an excellent tobacco for chewing.
There was indeed a blotch on one of the negatives, which I was assured was a spirit.Mystic London:|Charles Maurice Davies
It came out a scraggy blotch of white paint, with its black eyes glaring like two great glass beads!Martin Rattler|R.M. Ballantyne
Looking round he saw the pale blotch of her face down in the darkness under the hanging tree.
The furnaces flared in a red blotch over Bulwell; the black clouds were like a low ceiling.