Synonyms for blob
|Grammar : Noun|
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|Phonetic Transcription : blɒb|
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Définition of blobOrigin :
- "drop, globule," 1725, from a verb meaning "to make or mark with blobs" (early 15c.), perhaps related to bubble. The same word was used 16c. in a sense "bubble, blister."
- noun drop, spot
- The operator manipulated the controls and the blob began to overtake the dot.
- Extract from : « The Leech » by Phillips Barbee
- "I wish I didn't have such a blob of a nose," she said ruefully.
- Extract from : « Mary Louise and Josie O'Gorman » by Emma Speed Sampson
- The heart of one was a blob of mud, which gave off a most baleful vapour.
- Extract from : « Tropic Days » by E. J. Banfield
- It was half-past eight by the church clock, the face of which was a blob of brightness.
- Extract from : « Meg's Friend » by Alice Abigail Corkran
- He couldn't reach Casker, on the other side of the gigantic sphere of blob.
- Extract from : « One Man's Poison » by Robert Sheckley
- "Now he's goin' 'ome again," as the blob of yellow collapsed once more.
- Extract from : « Boy Woodburn » by Alfred Ollivant
- He then blob blob blobbered, and gog gog goggled, till he choked with words and passion, and then sot down.
- Extract from : « The Attache » by Thomas Chandler Haliburton
- Then the blood has rushed into my face—head and ears become as hot as fire, and the tip of my tongue swollen into a blob of blood.
- Extract from : « The Irish at the Front » by Michael MacDonagh
- Looking down again, they saw that a blob of something was growing on the pavement ten feet from them.
- Extract from : « The Jewels of Aptor » by Samuel R. Delany
- Blob, blob, n. a drop of liquid: anything soft and round, like a gooseberry: a round spot.
- Extract from : « Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) » by Various
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