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blotted

[ blot ]SEE DEFINITION OF blotted
  • verbdisgrace, disfigure
  • verbsoak up

Synonyms for blotted

  • smudge
  • bespatter
  • blemish
  • dirty
  • discolor
  • mark
  • smut
  • soil
  • spoil
  • spot
  • stain
  • sully
  • tarnish
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Antonyms for blotted

  • clean
  • beautify
  • dampen
  • grace
  • moisten
  • prettify
  • soak
  • wet
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLOTTED

While he had been speaking, the onrush of the storm had blotted out the moon.

I've blotted her out of my heart, and I will not have it so.

That clutching pain of grief was real, so real it blotted everything out.

I watched till daylight blotted out the yellow glare of the lanterns.

Here and there stars showed momentarily, then were blotted from sight.

The thought, while he was still thinking it, was blotted from his mind.

The writing was cramped and blotted and the paper cheap and dingy.

The tears rose to her eyes, and the glare and noise and the tumult were blotted out.

For one fractional part of a second the stars and skies were blotted out.

There is no God, and from that moment my face was blotted out.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., originally "blemish," perhaps from Old Norse blettr "blot, stain," or from Old French blot, variant of bloc "block," or blestre "blister, lump, clump of earth."