“I think you'd make a great city planner just based on what you've learned from designing this game,” speck tells Librande.
“I think about design, but I'm not operating on a scale where I'm thinking about power production,” says speck.
He was one o these cold-blooded gamblers who aint got one speck o decent sentimentality; an he was mad cause we hadnt cheered.
But there was not a speck of dust anywhere, as Mrs. Brady noticed.
A little crimson drop sparkled like a speck of dew at one corner of her colourless mouth.
I feel as a cat who would lick all day to take the least speck from her fur.
It was a hot day in the middle of July when, up the trail from the south, a speck grew out of the distance.
It lifted slowly, and rose, and rose, and dwindled to a speck high in the air.
When at last her legs began to tremble under her, and she stopped to breathe, the house was a speck behind her.
And now I'm the speck and—I don't know when we reach the corner.
Old English specca "small spot, stain," of unknown origin; probably related to Dutch speckel "speck, speckle," Middle Dutch spekelen "to sprinkle." Meaning "tiny bit" developed c.1400.