[ US /ˈbɫɑt/ ]
[ UK /blˈɒt/ ]
  1. an act that brings discredit to the person who does it
    he made a huge blot on his copybook
  2. a blemish made by dirt
    he had a smudge on his cheek
  1. dry (ink) with blotting paper
  2. make a spot or mark onto
    The wine spotted the tablecloth
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How To Use blot In A Sentence

  • Walls were blotted with absorbent paper before being lowered into the oil.
  • And if you ever attempt to go forth again to find out new wonders in the world, I shall clasp you round with my arms, as I do now, and keep you prisoner against your will; and if you say 'Farewell' a hundred times to me, I shall blot out that sad word every time with my lips, and put a better one in its place, until my word conquers yours. A Crystal Age
  • Die blote feit dat ek in besit is en aangehaal het uit Rubin se publikasie sou onder Apartheid beteken het dat ek self in die tronk sou beland het. SPEECH BY ANNELIZ� VAN WYK DURING THE STATE OF THE NATION DEBATE
  • Perhaps you can recommend something for getting a blot off an escutcheon. MR STARLIGHT
  • The solid marker was impregnated on blotting paper and then coated with cellulose.
  • I paid compensation and it was a blot on my character, but it was a one-off.
  • The whole page was blotted with fresh tears, and, upon the opposite interleaf, were the following English lines, written in a hand so very different from the peculiar characters of my acquaintance, that I had some difficulty in recognizing it as his own. The Assignation
  • Thick cloud blotted out the view.
  • Only thing was, we were completely blotto by that point.
  • Also, don't get me started on the stupid jokey sublot about getting Kirk onto the Enterpires or the idiotic way he takes command of the ship. How Now Brownpau
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