Their faces were mottled and blotchy and their eyes were rolling beseechingly.
He wore a ragged black coat, and he had a blotchy, red face.
His face was red and blotchy, with a network of little purple veins on the cheeks, and his features were sunk into its fatness.
He was blotchy and his eyes seemed heavy; moreover, he was without a drink, and I correctly guessed that he had no money.
By and by appeared the faint lights of the house, with blotchy pallors thinning the mist and darkness.
The varnish did not look "blotchy" or patched, as it would have done had the ends of the varnish lapped.
If you can cure yourself of that blotchy skin and that rheumatic gait, someone might believe you.
It is supposed to be a clouded animal—not stripy, but blotchy, like a tortoise-shell tom-cat.
(f.) The color changes from silvery to various shades of black and red or blotchy, according to the species.
The blue-back turns rosy red, the dog salmon a dull, blotchy red, and the quiunat generally blackish.