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blotch

(bloch),
Commonly used term to denote a pigmented or erythematous lesion.

blotch

a skin discoloration that may vary in severity from an area of pigmentation to large pustules or blisters.

blotch

A popular term for large pustule, coarse eruption or rash.

blotch

(bloch)
A skin lesion characterized by irregularly shaped spots.
See also: spot
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THEY may be pint-sized and shortlived, but the crocus continues to be one of the most popular early spring-flowering bulbs, producing striking flowers in shades of white, yellow and purple, some striped, others bi-coloured and blotched.
The leaves are blotched purple and falling rapidly.
And often, in her more surreal poems, there's only the scene spread out before us like a canvas blotched with color and lines.
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Folds of blotched velvet or gridded stacks of patches (as in Splendor in the Grass, Glory in the Flower, 1993) are displayed on the floor, suggesting the violation of the sanctity of the art object.
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