verb (used with object), speck·led, speck·ling.
Related formsspeck·led·ness, nounun·speck·led, adjective
Examples from the Web for speckle
She had been cherishing a secret hope that she might get a few eggs from Miss Pettus to complete a setting for Speckle.Oldfield|Nancy Huston Banks
To be sure, Mrs. Speckle did not keep a looking-glass, and I suppose poor Brownie had no idea how very absurd he looked.
Out of the yard bounded Rover barking heartily and, from her stall, Speckle mooed a welcome.Little Tom|V. Tille
Mrs. Speckle (that was his mother) was just as proud of him as she could be; but foolish Brownie thought her too strict.
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