[ US /ˈɪŋkˌbɫɑt/ ]
[ UK /ˈɪŋkblɒt/ ]
  1. a blot made with ink
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How To Use inkblot In A Sentence

  • As her head began to fall, she jerked awake and found that she had made a large inkblot in the middle of the paper.
  • There are still plenty of people who use the Craft, as Masons like to call their oddball institution, as the perfect inkblot onto which they can project their fantasies of organized wickedness, whatever those happen to be. Energy Bulletin -
  • His secondary-school nickname was Kleck, meaning "inkblot," because of his interest in sketching. Archive 2008-04-01
  • He picked a piece of paper off the floor with little fingerprints and inkblots on it.
  • The therapist must not make reference to the inkblot in interpreting the patient's responses.
  • The inkblot is known as a ‘projective’ test in that it assumes the patient will project certain ideas on to the picture that would normally be lost in defense mechanisms.
  • What empirical tests have been done to demonstrate that any given interpretation of an inkblot is indicative of any past behavior or predictive of any future behavior?
  • Whereas a translation error is like an inkblot marring one copy of a book, a mutation is a flaw in the printing plate, reproduced in every copy.
  • In the morning he watched with unseeing eyes the headland come out a shapeless inkblot against the thin light of the false dawn, pass through all the stages of daybreak to the deep purple of its outlined mass nimbed gloriously with the gold of the rising sun. Within the Tides
  • Last month a Canadian physician posted to Wikipedia all 10 inkblots of the Rorschach test.
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