- a diseased, discolored spot or area on a plant.
- a disease so characterized, usually accompanied by cankers and lesions.
verb (used with object)
- blossom into,
- blossom-end rot,
- blot analysis,
- blot out,
- blotch printing,
Origin of blotch
Examples from the Web for blotch
Mukoki, doubled over in his harness, was hardly more than a blotch in the early night.The Wolf Hunters|James Oliver Curwood
He rose up before me, a blotch on his sallow face, his fingers tugging nervously at the tuft of straw-coloured beard.The Historical Nights' Entertainment|Rafael Sabatini
The latter was scrutinizing through the glass a blotch of smoke on the city-front.She Buildeth Her House|Will Comfort
He looked out to sea and beheld the blotch that represented the doomed vessel.Larry Dexter's Great Search|Howard R. Garis
They were not more than twenty feet ahead of her—but the blotch seemed to be a vast distance away.Kazan|James Oliver Curwood
Word Origin for blotch
c.1600, perhaps a blend of blot and botch or patch.