blobbed blobbed


  1. (n) an indistinct shapeless form
  2. (v) make a spot or mark onto



  1. Figure 8, Skegness, the picture they singled out, showed a whirl of bright-colored roller-coasters against a sea blobbed with boats.
  2. His cakey circus clowns, blobbed Bible scenes and dripping bouquets made many gallerygoers smile.
  3. Acosta and Chamberlain were looking tired and oil-blobbed.


  • "I don't think it's real dirt," Mackinnon says. "Well that's what they tell us, anyway. They strategically place it because it would look silly if we did ourselves and had mud blobbed on the end of our noses."
    on Mar 21, 2007 By: Simmone Jade Mackinnon Source: Daily Telegraph

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