OTHER WORDS FROM specklespeck·led·ness, nounun·speck·led, adjective
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At that point the technology was advancing, and they progressed from speckle imaging to adaptive optics—a more precise technique to remove Earth’s atmospheric disturbance for sharper, steadier images.Skywatcher|Anne-Marie Corley, SM ’09|October 27, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The markings differ greatly among species, ranging from small speckles near the wing’s base to extensive bands or panels spread across the entire wing.Climate change may rob male dragonfly wings of their dark spots|Jake Buehler|July 14, 2021|Science News
Rather than producing a crisp, steady beam, the laser casts a fuzzy patch of light full of randomly flickering speckles of brightness.A new laser-based random number generator is the fastest of its kind|Maria Temming|February 25, 2021|Science News
The same basic idea applies if you’re trying to pull up the shadows without introducing lots of ugly speckles known as digital noise.How and when to shoot with Apple’s hidden new photo format|Stan Horaczek|December 16, 2020|Popular-Science
A speckle-breasted thrush perched on a corner of the grey wall and poured his heart out.Penelope's Experiences in Scotland|Kate Douglas Wiggin
In the systems published by Speckle of Strassburg in 1589 we find a distinct advance.
Then Grannie Malone put the broom under her and tried to lift her from her perch, but old Speckle had made up her mind to stay.
Eileen was flapping her apron in another, while Grannie Malone chased old Speckle with the broom.
Speckle was ready at the time set by Henny, who soon found a house and was back in an hour's time.The Chickens of Fowl Farm|Lena E. Barksdale