Definition of blotchy
OTHER WORDS FROM blotchyblotch·i·ly, adverb
Words nearby blotchy
How to use blotchy in a sentence
Without this piece, flowers suspend into a blotchy, discolored sky.
A printer that pumps out fast copies may be great, but if the ink is uneven and blotchy, the copier won’t help your business’s professionalism.
I flashed back to that moment, Leo sitting on our staircase, his little body shaking, his face all red and blotchy.Should parents cry in front of their kids? I asked a psychologist, and my 9-year-old.|Cathy Alter|April 8, 2021|Washington Post
Peter MacNichol stars as Galen, an impressively earnest, blotchy, and incompetent sorcerer's apprentice.
I found myself confronted by a tall man with a thick black beard and a pale, blotchy face.Mrs. Vanderstein's jewels|Mrs. Charles Bryce
Eulalie acknowledged that, a week or ten days before, Baby Paul had come in contact with a blotchy infant in the Park.A Top-Floor Idyl|George van Schaick
The ferreteyed porkbutcher folded the sausages he had snipped off with blotchy fingers, sausagepink.Ulysses|James Joyce
The blotchy flush had entirely left her face and she looked and acted perfectly well.Letty and the Twins|Helen Sherman Griffith
It became rough and discolored, presenting a very blotchy appearance and disclosed the formation of rust working through the film.Paint Technology and Tests|Henry A. Gardner