Peter MacNichol stars as Galen, an impressively earnest, blotchy, and incompetent sorcerer's apprentice.
She couldn't get the right shade of green in the willows, and the reflections in the water were blotchy.
The highly-colored ice made a big, blotchy stain on the garment.
The blue-back turns rosy red, the dog salmon a dull, blotchy red, and the quiunat generally blackish.
By and by appeared the faint lights of the house, with blotchy pallors thinning the mist and darkness.
I feel the scenes—I have them all beautifully in my mind, and then come those horrid, hard, blotchy heaps.
The varnish did not look "blotchy" or patched, as it would have done had the ends of the varnish lapped.
He wore a ragged black coat, and he had a blotchy, red face.
(f.) The color changes from silvery to various shades of black and red or blotchy, according to the species.
If the water be salt, the yarn may at first be almost white, but in a damp climate it soon becomes discoloured and blotchy.