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noun as in bad situation

noun as in position in organization

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“They know there are drug spots,” said Wanda Williams, who was out for a walk with her son.

The beds were crammed together, and a man in the middle of the room had spots of flesh on his body that obviously were rotting.

And the Kentucky Opportunity Coalition has aired more spots than all other pro-McConnell groups combined.

He carried an extension cord in case he needed to recharge at one of his emergency spots.

Manning's antics have earned him inches in print and occasional spots on television.

Cassini observed, by the position of certain spots, the revolution of the planet Venus on its axis.

It has a large garden, and is situated in one of the most pleasant spots near London.

A handkerchief, once red, with polka spots, contained a ragged flannel shirt and a stocking-heel tied with a piece of tape.

If the Ethiopian can change his skin, or the leopard his spots: you also may do well, when you have learned evil.

It was the first time she had admitted it, and a glow overspread her face, blotching it with red spots.


On this page you'll find 173 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spots, such as: shot, dollop, speck, daub, whit, and mote.

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