blotting blotting  /b ˈlɑ tɪŋ/


  1. (n) a blemish made by dirt
  2. (n) an act that brings discredit to the person who does it
  3. (v) dry (ink) with blotting paper
  4. (v) make a spot or mark onto


Derived Word(s)


  1. Viagra and its cousins help give elderly amortals a pleasurable alternative to aqua aerobics while blotting out those pesky intimations of mortality.
  2. Fanatics of the pro-Hindi Jan Sangh Party prowled the streets of Delhi, blotting out English signs with coal tar.


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  1. "They were blotting papers," Winslet tells me. "It wasn't a second speech. No further expectations."
    on Jan 11, 2009 By: Kate Winslet Source: E! Online

  2. In his advertisement, Blake described the show as "The grand Style of Art restored; in FRESCO, or Water-color Painting, and England protected from the too just imputation of being the Seat and Protectress of bad (that is blotting and blurring) Art."
    on Aug 6, 2009 By: William Blake Source: Wall Street Journal

  3. Robert Graves wrote that "Love is a universal migraine, /A bright stain on the vision/Blotting out reason".
    on Jul 27, 2009 By: Robert Graves Source: Times Online

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