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splodge

/ (splɒdʒ) /
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noun
a large irregular spot or blot
verb
(tr) to mark (something) with such a blot or blots
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Derived forms of splodge

splodgy, adjective

Word Origin for splodge

C19: alteration of earlier splotch
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How to use splodge in a sentence

  • The ink is bad, and there is always a hair or a splodge on one's pen.

  • There was a splodge of a darker tint in the middle, but whether it was figure or tree or house no man could have told.

    Grim Tales|Edith Nesbit
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