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See definition of macula on Dictionary.com
  • as inblemish
  • as infreckle

synonyms for macula

  • blot
  • blotch
  • bruise
  • discoloration
  • freckle
  • imperfection
  • pimple
  • scar
  • smudge
  • snag
  • stain
  • stigma
  • wart
  • birthmark
  • blackhead
  • blister
  • bloom
  • blur
  • brand
  • bug
  • catch
  • chip
  • cicatrix
  • defacement
  • defect
  • deformity
  • dent
  • disfigurement
  • disgrace
  • dishonor
  • eyesore
  • fault
  • hickey
  • impurity
  • lentigo
  • lump
  • maculation
  • mark
  • mole
  • nevus
  • nodule
  • patch
  • pock
  • pockmark
  • second
  • sight
  • speck
  • speckle
  • spot
  • taint
  • tarnish
  • vice
  • whitehead
  • zit
  • beauty spot
  • blot on the landscape

antonyms for macula

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  • cleanliness
  • perfection
  • advantage
  • beauty
  • benefit
  • esteem
  • honor
  • adornment
  • decoration
  • embellishment
  • ornament
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    How to use macula in a sentence

    In order then to avoid diplopia the macula lutea moves to where the retinal image is formed.
    SCHWEIGGER ON SQUINTC. SCHWEIGGER
    The macula rash was entirely unique so far as I knew, but a sketch greatly helped to fix it on one's memory.
    A LABRADOR DOCTORWILFRED THOMASON GRENFELL
    Mail comes from the Latin macula, the mesh of a net; and the first coats of mail were made of rings or a kind of metal network.
    A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, VOL. 2 (OF 2)JOHN MILLER DOW MEIKLEJOHN
    Confluent: running together; as of two macula when united in one outline.
    EXPLANATION OF TERMS USED IN ENTOMOLOGYJOHN. B. SMITH
    "Undique aspersa" and "Macula fusca notat medium utriusque lateris" are the printed emendations.
    THE JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY - VOL. 4VARIOUS
    Labium interius depressum, longitudine pictum macula ferruginea.
    THE JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY - VOL. 4VARIOUS
    Mackerel comes from macarellus and originally the Latin macula—spotted, from the dark spots on the body.
    THE LOG OF THE SUNWILLIAM BEEBE
    Female alis longioribus, maculis albis triseriatis alarum anticarum majoribus, nulla macula diaphana fenestrata ad costam.
    JOURNALS OF TWO EXPEDITIONS OF DISCOVERY IN NORTH-WEST AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA, VOL. 2 (OF 2)GEORGE GREY
    A spot of a different colour, included in a plaga or macula.
    AN INTRODUCTION TO ENTOMOLOGY: VOL. IV (OF 4)WILLIAM KIRBY
    Gibbous: hump-backed; protuberant: said of a macula when it resembles a moon more than half full.
    EXPLANATION OF TERMS USED IN ENTOMOLOGYJOHN. B. SMITH
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
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    capacitor

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