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adjective blotchier, blotchiest
1(skin) lleno de manchas(painting/writing) emborronado(painting/writing) borroneado
- He smiled, watching Ferik's skin redden and become blotchy from the rain.
- Her voice had risen to a shriek, and her usually beautiful face was red, blotchy, and streaked with tears.
- Failure to do so will cause an uneven blotchy appearance on your teak furniture after you apply the sealant.
- One of the medics, a woman, sat with a woman whose face was reddened and blotchy from crying.
- Signs to look out for in babies or infants include a high-pitched moaning or whimpering cry, a blank, staring expression and pale, blotchy complexion.