verb (used with object), freck·led, freck·ling.
verb (used without object), freck·led, freck·ling.
Origin of freckle
Related formsun·freck·led, adjectivewell-freck·led, adjective
Examples from the Web for freckle
"If you're looking for the girl who was with you, she's gone," volunteered a freckle faced boy.Rosemary|Josephine Lawrence
The freckle, like the immovable cloud in the heavens at Terre del Fuego, was a permanent spot on Nancys physiognomy.The Motor Maids Across the Continent|Katherine Stokes
Her skin was stainless as a lily save here and there where the golden fleck of a freckle marred its whiteness.Fairfax and His Pride|Marie Van Vorst
Loud cries of "Gammon" from Freckle, and disapprobation from Simp.Bohemian Days|Geo. Alfred Townsend
Her face was so pale that every freckle she had stood forth clearly.The Poor Little Rich Girl|Eleanor Gates