dappled[ dap-uh ld ]SEE DEFINITION OF dappled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAPPLED
The dogs had started a dappled deer that bounded 102 away through the forest.
It was covered in a wrap which had once been white but was now dappled with green.
The grass, dappled with sun and shadow, wore a mantle of flowers.
A robin from the dappled warmth of a mossy stone, was regarding them instead.
They were as inconspicuous as two deer in the dappled shadow.
It had dappled their throats and spurted over their garments.
Smither should choose it for her at the stores, nice and dappled.
That's a fine bay horse you ride; would you like to have him dappled?
According to his own explanation the dappled one ought to be the only dog.
Those of the Chobe river are dappled in color and very beautiful.