blot[ blot ]SEE DEFINITION OF blot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLOT
Shakespeare should never have used this incident; it is a blot on his conception.
That was, in fact, the only blot on his father's honour—a foul and grave blot it was.
Blot out the memory of this world, and what would heaven or hell be to us?
Neither did the blot with which the birth of my grandfather was menaced affect me much.
All falsehood must be a blot as well as a sin, an injury as well as a deception.
Some day you will blot it all out of your life as a page torn and forgotten.
Page after page of the neatest of minute figures, not a blot, not a blur, not an erasure.
He had loved his wife passionately—that was the only blot on his character.
Make the same claims on yourself and your happiness is without a blot.
It was the first blot that had ever come on the name of a member of the proud Bryan family.