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The operator manipulated the controls and the blob began to overtake the dot.
"I wish I didn't have such a blob of a nose," she said ruefully.
The heart of one was a blob of mud, which gave off a most baleful vapour.
It was half-past eight by the church clock, the face of which was a blob of brightness.
He couldn't reach Casker, on the other side of the gigantic sphere of blob.
"Now he's goin' 'ome again," as the blob of yellow collapsed once more.
He then blob blob blobbered, and gog gog goggled, till he choked with words and passion, and then sot down.
Then the blood has rushed into my face—head and ears become as hot as fire, and the tip of my tongue swollen into a blob of blood.
Looking down again, they saw that a blob of something was growing on the pavement ten feet from them.
Blob, blob, n. a drop of liquid: anything soft and round, like a gooseberry: a round spot.
"drop, globule," 1725, from a verb meaning "to make or mark with blobs" (early 15c.), perhaps related to bubble. The same word was used 16c. in a sense "bubble, blister."