Antonyms for specked

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It did seem as if the choicest fruit always came to her specked.

After Lady day, when potatoes are getting old and specked, and also in frosty weather, this is the best way of dressing them.

It will make him cross, and all we shall get will be the specked and worm-eaten ones.

But again the sea was specked with white sails from the south-east.

Its plumage is yellowish buff, specked and barred lightly with blackish.

The four or five eggs, laid in June, are white, specked with reddish brown.

Their three or four white eggs are specked with reddish brown.

The eggs are white or greenish white, specked with reddish brown and umber.

Their eggs are specked and blotched with light reddish brown and lavender.

Their eggs are grayish white, specked with bright reddish brown.