blot

All Noun Verb
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  • Ever with his might he blots out the best that he can find. Cited from Cliges: A Romance, by Chretien de Troyes
  • One child could make the yard outside the castle of green blotting-paper. Cited from A Study of Fairy Tales, by Laura F. Kready
  • I would give much to blot out from my memory that one great wrong. Cited from Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Harriet Jacobs (AKA Linda Brent)
  • Yet in that year all the other years of his life had been blotted out. Cited from Three Soldiers, by John Dos Passos
  • It was as though the last two months had been suddenly blotted out. Cited from Sant' Ilario, by F. Marion Crawford
  • He had scarcely put the question to himself when sleep blotted out thought. Cited from Through Stained Glass, by George Agnew Chamberlain
  • She had lived, and she could not blot out what life had brought to her. Cited from The Brimming Cup, by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
  • What would he not have given to have blotted the sight from his memory! Cited from The Hero of Esthonia and Others, by William Forsell Kirby
  • It seemed as if the past were suddenly blotted out of his memory. Cited from Iola Leroy, by Frances E.W. Harper
  • The memory of them has been pretty well blotted out here for the last seven weeks. Cited from Thomas Henry Huxley Vol. 3, by Leonard Huxley
  • She will blot out day for an entire month, that he may continue to love her.
  • He, who could hardly get through a note now without blots and labour. Cited from Marriage a la mode, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • I did not take my eyes from it until night drew on and blotted it out. Cited from The Rudder Grangers Abroad and Other Stories, by Frank R. Stockton
  • Master he would be; he would blot out all things which stood in his path. Cited from The Adventures of Kathlyn, by Harold MacGrath
  • He went over to the writing-table and opened the blotting-book. Cited from At the Villa Rose, by A.E.W. Mason
  • You have forgotten every thing, and the whole past has been blotted out. Cited from Napoleon and the Queen of Prussia, by L. Muhlbach
  • Nor has another century of change in France blotted out his name and fame. Cited from The Passing of New France, by William Wood
  • And, as he passed the table, his eye fell on the blotting paper. Cited from Through the Wall, by Cleveland Moffett
  • At last she put her head down on the paper and blotted it with her tears. Cited from The Story of a Play, by W. D. Howells
  • Then she spread her hand wide, blotting out the second word. Cited from Emma McChesney & Co. by Edna Ferber
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Meaning of blot

  • noun An act that brings discredit to the person who does it
    he made a huge blot on his copybook
  • verb Dry (ink) with blotting paper