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To mark with spots of different color, or shades of color, as if stained; to spot; to maculate
Spotty or speckled printing
(noun) Uneven print density or uneven color A defect in matrix color printing because of a lack of dot placement accuracy or variable dot density Most readily apparent in the areas of solid printing
Spotty, uneven ink absorption Also called sinkage A mottled image may be called mealy
A term used to describe spotty or uneven ink absorption
A mealy gray area of uneven development in a print or negative Caused by too little agitation or too short a time in the developer
A mottled appearance
The spotty or uneven appearance of printing Most pronounced in solid areas
a leaf symptom in which small but numerous areas of discolouration, commonly chlorotic irregularly shaped and without sharply defined boundaries, stand out against a background of different tint, the pattern being unrelated to the vein network; cf blotch, mosaic Irregular, diffuse patterns of chlorotic areas interspersed with normal green leaf tissue An irregular pattern of light and dark areas
colour with streaks or blotches of different shades
An undesirable printing effect in which solid areas appear spotty or uneven
colour with streaks or blotches of different shades mark with spots or blotches of different color or shades of color as if stained
A spotty or uneven printed surface with is most apparent in solid areas
mark with spots or blotches of different color or shades of color as if stained
{f} mark with blotches of different colors, spot, speckle
Spotty or uneven appearance of printing
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Colored in patches; spotted

The mottled skin of the snake was a camouflage that helped it blend in with the shadows.

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spots or blotches of different shades or colours
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Present participle of mottle
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{s} spotted, speckled, marked with blotches of various colors
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Spots of different tones and colors next to each other resulting in a blotchy effect on the coating film
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Describes a spotted, speckled, or blotchy look, such as in veneer
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blotched spotting of leaf blade; e g H 'Cynthia'
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Something that is mottled is covered with patches of different colours which do not form a regular pattern. mottled green and yellow leaves. covered with spots or coloured areas mottled with (mottle (17-21 centuries), probably from motley)
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An irregular spotting or alternating color on leaves, stems and other plant parts
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A speckled or indistinctly spotted appearance, as in an ink lay, that is attributable to various causes
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covered with colored spots or blotches
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uneven toning characterized by splotchy areas of drab colors
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Marked with spots of different colors; variegated; spotted; as, mottled wood
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having spots or patches of color
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Any material that contains spots of different colors or shades
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Individual blotch or spot that distinctly differs in color from surrounding soil (see Mottling below)
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Spots or blotches of different color or shades of color interspersed within the dominant color in a soil layer, usually resulting from the presence of periodic reducing soil conditions
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Spots or blotches of different color or shades of color interspersed with the dominant color
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Soil is interspersed with different colored blotches or spots
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Commonly caused by pigment overload (too much tint) and results in different colored spots or blotches on a painted surface
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Blotchy or patchy color patterning
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-The presence of more than one soil colour in the same soil horizon, not including different nodule or cutan colours
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Blotches in paint caused by uneven metallic or mica particles in the finish
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In spray painting applications, blotches of metallic or mica particles in a paint film caused by insufficient compressed air (558)
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the act of coloring with areas of different shades
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Spots or blotches of soil of a certain colour or shade of colour interspersed within a soil with a different dominant colour
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A manufacturing defect consisting of ink spots on the surface of wallpaper
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A texturing seen in the smooth or monotone areas of an image This can be due to faulty processing and a number of improperly used digital processes e g excessive unsharp masking
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Uneven variations in optical density primarily used as a descriptor in the PAT
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