bespatter[ bih-spat-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF bespatter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BESPATTER
This is the nameless refuse which flings itself to bespatter Masonry.
He expects Sir George should not bespatter him privately, in revenge, but openly.
The green appearance is due to lichens which bespatter them.
He may bespatter you with ink, he may hit you in the eye, but he writes a magnificent hand.
I know they are pleased to bespatter me at all their little dirty levees.
For the future you may besnuff and bespatter your coat as much as you please, for all the trouble I shall ever take.
It seems his pleasure to cast filth into the face of purity; and bespatter innocence with foul imputations.
The mosquitoes 412 trouble me so much that in driving them away I bespatter my paper with ink, as thou seest, God bless thee!
Bespatter it, vituperate against it, strongly insist that any man or woman harbouring it is a fool or a knave, or both.
If the road is muddy be careful that you do not ride so as to bespatter her habit.