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blob

noun as in drop, spot

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For now, at least, the blob seems very comfortable right where it is.

For the first time, scientists have observed visible light from enormous blobs of gas that sandwich the pancake flat part of our Milky Way galaxy.

The light shows a young universe studded with blobs that formed from sound waves sloshing around in the primordial plasma.

That means the blobs we see in the sky from the time of recombination must be closer to us than researchers supposed.

It remains to be seen whether a blob of pyroCb smoke like this could leave a chemical scar on the stratosphere.

The moist rectangle of cooked meat and molten blob of cheese are then layered in a hard roll.

What happens is that the inflammation of the liver triggered by the infection causes it to contract and it becomes a fibrous blob.

This earned him a Tea Party Nation tweet: "Liberal Jello blob Chris Christie thanks Obama by expanding Obamacare to N.J."

The Western Kentucky Hilltoppers are represented by a gape-mouthed dancing blob named Big Red.

The movie could have been, should have been, The Blob, 21st-centurystyle.

A blob of blue smoke curled out of a hole the size of a hogshead in a steep bank overhung with alders.

A great blob of brown sos spurted on to master's chick, and myandrewed down his shert-collar and virging-white weskit.

"I wish I didn't have such a blob of a nose," she said ruefully.

Looking down again, they saw that a blob of something was growing on the pavement ten feet from them.

The parcel was sealed with three neat patches of wax, and on each blob was imprinted the letters "A M" in a monogram.

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On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blob, such as: bead, blotch, droplet, glob, splotch, and ball.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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