[ adjective mak-yuh-lit; verb mak-yuh-leyt ]
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The posters, maculated with filth, garnished like tapestry the sweep of the curbstone.

It is a maculated typhus, and considered to be a special product of the Emerald Isle.

Our specimen of the Sharp-shinned Hawk is referred to velox on the basis of the reddish, maculated breast, sides, and thighs.

Blake saw the crimson that dripped on her matting slippers and maculated the cream white of the mandarin coat.

Ten priests, in white vestments, maculated with red, stepped out to the centre of the altar.

When for Warts we rub our hands before the Moon, or commit any maculated part unto the touch of the dead.

For warts, says Sir Thomas Brown, we rub our hands before the moon and commit any maculated part to the touch of the dead.