Definition of bespeckle in English:

bespeckle

Line breaks: be|speckle
Pronunciation: /bəˈspɛk(ə)l
 
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verb

[with object]
Mark or cover with a large number of small spots or patches of colour: the designer whose trademark is to bespeckle his dresses with diamonds
More example sentences
  • He delighted to play at draughts with an albino chief whose light skin was profusely bespeckled with brown blotches and whose eyes were dull blue.
  • Have you so quickly forgotten those boys at the mews, of not enough years even for hairs to bespeckle their chins?
  • Slices of black bread like placemats irregularly bespeckle the dining room floor.

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