|inconsistently, unevenly, irregularly; with spots||spottily|
|a large irregularly-shaped lunar lowland plain, approximately 650 x 900 km/405 x 560 mi, where Apollo 11 made the first manned lunar landing in 1969||Mare Tranquillitatis|
|affected by smut, dirty, smudged, sooty; obscene, pornographic; affected by a plant disease characterized by the development of black powdery spots, marked with smuts||smutty|
|any of a number of small and brightly colored beetles, ladybird, lady beetle, ladybird beetle, small red beetle with black spots||ladybug|
|asymmetric, shaped irregularly||anisometric|
|bad thing, card with two spots, number 2, playing card with two spots; side of a die bearing two spots; throw of the dice which totals two; score of 40 each or five games each (Tennis); two dollars or two pounds (Slang), tie-breaking situation, used to...||deuce|
|bay lynx, N American short-tailed wild cat, wildcat with a brown coat marked with black spots (found in North America)||bobcat|
|beat irregularly, pound (about the heart); tremble, quiver, shiver||palpitate|
|beat or contract rapidly and irregularly, convulse, quiver, twitch (Medicine)||fibrillate|
|become affected with smut, dirty, stain; become dirty; be affected by a plant disease characterized by the development of black powdery spots, fungus bearing disease, make dirty, obscene material, small piece of soot, sooty particle; black spot, smudge...||smut|
|behaving badly, going astray, looking for adventure, moving irregularly, straying, erring; roving, wandering, journeying; aimlessly moving from one place to another||errant|
|big wildcat, large carnivorous member of the cat family which has a yellowish-brown coat marked with black spots (common to tropical America)||jaguar|
|binge, cut something unevenly, drunken state, jagged projection, make jagged or uneven, form sharp protruding parts, notch, period of intoxication, sharp protruding part on an edge or surface; binge, spree; intoxicated state, tear in clothing, zigzag||jag|
|brindle, pale gray or tan and marked with darker spots and streaks, streaked with a darker color||brindled|
|broken line forming angles, line characterized by sharp turns first to one side then to the other, in a zigzag manner, in the manner of a line characterized by sharp turns first to one side then to the other, angularly, irregularly, in sharply alternat...||zigzag|
|butterfly with silver-colored spots||silverspot|
|card with three spots||trey|
|carriage dog, coach dog, dalmatian spotted dog, extinct Romance language, of or pertaining to Dalmatia (historic region in Croatia); of or pertaining to a breed of dog having a white coat marked with black or brown spots, resident of Dalmatia (historic...||Dalmatian|
|chop into small cubes; play games with dice, chunks, cubes with different numbers of spots on each side (used in games of chance), cut into cubes, decorate with square pattern, gamble with dice, gambling game played with dice, take risks||dice|
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