adjective, freck·li·er, freck·li·est.
Origin of freckly
Examples from the Web for freckly
Historical Examples of freckly
The sweater will wash, thank you, that's why I wore it, and I'm not the freckly kind.Blue Bonnet in Boston
Caroline E. Jacobs
As for Dave, and for that matter the freckly boy, it was not term-time with them, for some reason.
Aunt M'riar went on to mention other atrocities ascribed by Mrs. Burr to the freckly brother.
Uncle Mo added inquiry as to how the freckly one's behaviour to his family had come to the knowledge of Sapps Court.
One was a short, stocky young man with a pugnacious Irish nose, freckly face, and hair red as a burnished copper boiler.The Argus Pheasant
John Charles Beecham