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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsplotchsplotch /splɒtʃ $ splɑːtʃ/ noun [countable]  MARKa splodge
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splotchMost people would not find a brown splotch at all mysterious.The french fries leave big greasy splotches on the paper bags they're served in.The islands rose sheer out of a millpond sea, pillars of white limestone with ochre splotches capped in crinkly green.Great pale splotches appeared on the once-shining parquet floor where water had leaked in and stood in puddles.One was young with a cupid face dotted with two splotches of rouge, and long brown hair.Each owned a weird splotch of colour in a white and silver frame, painted and framed by a local artist.
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