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[blˈɒt], [blˈɒt], [b_l_ˈɒ_t]


blemish (noun)

abrasion, blemish, blister, blotch, brand, check, chip, crack, damage, defacement, defect, deformity, discoloration, disfigurement, distortion, dot, drawback, eyesore, fault, flaw, fleck, fracture, freckle, gash, hack, hole, hurt, imperfection, impurity, kink, lesion, mar, mark, nick, notch, pockmark, rift, scab, scar, score, scrape, scratch, scuff, slit, sore, speck, splotch, spoilage, spot, stain, stigma, tarnish, wart, weal.

blemish (verb)

abrade, deface, deform, discolor, disfigure, distort, spoil, taint.

dry (verb)

catheterize, dehumidify, dehydrate, desiccate, drain, dry, empty, evaporate, mop, parch, pump out, stanch, suck dry, swab, vaporize, wipe, wither, wring out.

Other synonyms

Cytologic Smear, Dele, Distain, Exsiccate, X, a blot on one's escutcheon, absorb, absurdity, abuse, adsorb, affront, air-dry, anhydrate, annihilate, annual, annul, apply the sponge, asperse, aspersion, aspirate, assimilate, attaint, baboon, bad break, bad name, badge of infamy, bag, bake, bar sinister, baton, be drunk, beat down, become spotted, bedarken, bedaub, befoul, beggar, begrease, begrime, bemire, bend sinister, berth, beslime, besmear, besmirch, bespatter, bespeckle, bespot, bestain, billet, bit, black, black eye, black mark, black spot, blacken, blackwash, bleed, blight, blob, bloodstain, blot out, blot sully, blot up, blote, blotting, blotting out, blow down, blow upon, blunder, blur, botchery, break, break down, break up, broad arrow, brush, bull, burn, burning shame, byword of reproach, calumniate, calumny, cancel, cancellation, capital crime, censure, champain, charcoal, chemisorb, chemosorb, circumduction, clean, clerical error, commit an indiscretion, conceal, consume, contaminate, cork, corrigendum, corrupt, cover, cover up, cover with dust, cross, cross out, cross purposes, crying shame, cure, cut down, cut short, cut up, cytosmear, dab, dabble, daggle, dappled, dark stain, darken, daub, debase, defamation, defame, defile, defilement, degrade, delete, deletion, delictum, delinquency, demerit, demolish, denigrate, denigration, dent, dereliction, descry, despicable, destroy, digest, dim, dinge, dingy, dirt, dirty, disapprove, discolour, discolouration, discredit, disgrace, dish, dishonor, dishonour, disparage, disparagement, dispel, disrepute, dissipate, dissolve, distinguish, do away with, do for, do in, dog, drabble, draggle, drink, drink away, drink in, drink up, dry up, dye, dysphemize, ebonize, eclipse, efface, effacement, engross, eradicate, erase, erasure, err, erratum, error, expel, expose, expose to infamy, express, expunction, expunge, extinction, extirpate, failing, failure, falsehood, faux pas, filter in, filth, filthy, fire, flick, flyspeck, foul, fright, gargoyle, get dirty, gibbet, grimy, grubby, grunge, hag, hang in effigy, haplography, harm, harridan, have a drink, hide, ignominy, imbibe, impair, impairment, imputation, indiscretion, infamy, infiltrate, injure, ink, ink stain, innuendo, insinuation, insolate, insult, kiln, lapse, lapsus linguae, leaven, libel, lie, look a fright, look a mess, look bad, look like hell, look something terrible, loophole, loose thread, lousy, macula, maculate, maculation, macule, mail, make away with, make dirty, malignment, malpractice, melanize, mess, mess about, mess up, misbehavior, misconduct, misdeed, misdoing, misprint, misrepresentation, miss, mistake, mole, monster, monstrosity, mote, motley, mottled, mow down, mucky, muddied, muddy, mummify, murk, nasty, nigrify, no beauty, notoriety, notoriousness, nullify, obliterate, obliteration, obloquy, obscure, odium, offend, offend the eye, office, omission, onus, opprobrium, osmose, oversight, oversmoke, overthrow, overturn, overwhelm, particle, patch, peccadillo, percolate, percolate in, piebald, pillory, pillorying, pip, place, point, point champain, pollute, polluted, pollution, position, post, posture, pour out, prevarication, pull down, punish, put down, put-down, quash, quiproquo, rase, rasure, raze, recognise, reflection, render illegible, render unclean, reprimand, reproach, reputation blemish, roil, rorschach image, rub, rub off, rub out, ruin, rule out, sacrifice, scandal, scandalum magnatum, scarecrow, scorch, scratch out, scrubbing, sear, seep in, shade, shadow, shame, shortcoming, shrivel, sight, sin, situation, slander, slanderous defamation, slaver, slight, slip, slubber, slur, slurp up, smear, smirch, smoke, smouch, smudge, smut, smutch, soak in, soak up, soil, soilage, soiled, soilure, soot, sorb, spatter, speckle, speckled, splash, splatter, splodge, splodge orsplotch, sponge, sponge out, spotlight, spottiness, spy, stained, stigmatism, stigmatization, stigmatize, strike, strike out, stumble, subvert, sully, sun, sun-dry, suppress, swill up, tabula rasa, take in, take off, take out, take up, tear up, teratism, tincture, tinge, topographic point, torrefy, touch, towel, transgress, transgression, trip, uglify, ugly duckling, unclean, undo, untruth, upset, vacate, venality, vilification, vilify, villainy, want of skill, wash out, washing out, weak spot, weakness, weazen, wipe away, wipe off, wipe out, wiping out, witch, wizen, wreck.

Rhymes for Blot:

  1. dot, clot, pot, lat, slot, lot, mott, hot, lotte, baht, cot, yacht, trot, spot, got, scot, caught, shot, plot, bought, jot, squat, watt, knot, tot, rot, scott;
  2. sadat, forgot, allot;

Quotes for Blot:

  1. Civilization is maintained by a very few people in a small number of places and we need only some bombs and a few prisons to blot it out altogether. Cyril Connolly.
  2. Clowns drink to blot out the ravages of terrifying children for a living. Doug Coupland.
  3. I was a woman in a man's world. I was a Democrat in a Republican administration. I was an intellectual in a world of bureaucrats. I talked differently. This may have made me a bit like an ink blot Jeane Kirkpatrick.

Idioms of Blot:

  1. blot your copybook;
  2. a blot on the landscape;
  3. a blot on sb's character;