dotted

[ UK /dˈɒtɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈdɑtəd, ˈdɑtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having gaps or spaces
    sign on the dotted line
  2. having a pattern of dots
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How To Use dotted In A Sentence

  • There were a few cows dotted around in the field.
  • _ -- The dotted lines in Fig. 60 represent isacoustic lines -- that is, lines which pass through all places where the percentage of observers who recorded their perception of the sound is the same. A Study of Recent Earthquakes
  • It's surrounded by mountains lush with greenery, bordered with wildflowers and dotted with water lilies.
  • All at once the apparent walls of the room turned from a gold color to a black dotted with stars, most like a midnight sky.
  • Colourful wild flowers sprung up by the roadside, purple violets and white daisies dotted among the grass.
  • From the tip of the headland you are treated to a view of more unblemished promontories dotted along the coast.
  • A few farms were dotted about in the valley.
  • We preferred to forage on grassy plains dotted with copses of trees because they offered protection from predators, which we could easily spot as they crept up on us in the short grass.
  • Fold the paper along the dotted line.
  • The risottos change daily, and the one I sampled was well made and tastefully dotted with bits of fresh zucchini and shrimp.
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