freckle freckle  /f ˈrɛ kəl/


  1. (n) a small brownish spot (of the pigment melanin) on the skin
  2. (v) become freckled
  3. (v) mark with freckles


  1. Karen Killilea is a freckle-nosed little girl of eleven who falls down more than most youngsters: she has cerebral palsy.
  2. Her manner was gentle, and while she was pretty in a freckle-faced, redhaired, little-girl sort of way, she would turn few heads on the street.
  3. The rest of Webster's bald-headed bores, thin, puzzled wives, and freckle-faced kids need no name; they are, when they hit the markas they often doEveryman.


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  1. "The chance that Warren Buffett wanted to make a little extra money out of a subsidiary that is a freckle of Berkshire's earnings is just madness," said Charles Munger, Berkshire's vice chairman and one of Buffett's close friends.
    on Apr 11, 2005 By: Charlie Munger Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. The best example is the first entry, when Allen writes: "Received offer to write and direct film in Barcelona. Must be cautious. Spain is sunny, and I freckle. Money not great either, but agent did manage to get me a 10th of 1 percent of anything...
    on Aug 27, 2008 By: Woody Allen Source:

  3. Morley Callaghan wrote a novel about it, and Ernest Hemingway, who interviewed Ryan at Kingston, described the bandit as "a thick, freckle-faced man whose prison cap could not hide his flaming head."
    on Jul 6, 2008 By: Ernest Hemingway Source:

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