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(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)
(RQ:Swift Excellent New Son)
- I withdrew my subscription by help of a blot, / And so might discover or gain by the plot:
(RQ:Dickens David Copperfield)
1918, (w), “The Death-Bed” in ''The Old Huntsman and Other Poems'', London: Heinemann, p. 95,https://archive.org/stream/oldhuntsmanother00sassrichpage/95/mode/1up
- (..) He was blind; he could not see the stars
- Glinting among the wraiths of wandering cloud;
- Queer blots of colour, purple, scarlet, green,
- Flickered and faded in his drowning eyes.
(RQ:King James Version)
A method of transferring proteins, DNA or RNA, onto a carrier.
to cause a blot (on something) by spilling a coloured substance.
To dry (writing, etc.) with blotting paper.
To spot, stain, or bespatter, as with ink.
1566, (w), ''Dan Bartholmew of Bath''
- The briefe was writte and blotted all with gore,(nb..)
To impair; to damage; to mar; to soil.
(RQ:Shakespeare Taming of the Shrew)
To stain with infamy; to disgrace.
1707, (w), ''The Royal Convert''
- Blot not thy Innocence with guiltleſs Blood.
''to blot out a word or a sentence''
(RQ:Dryden Spanish Fryar)
To obscure; to eclipse; to shadow.
1656, (w), ''Davideis''
- He ſung how ''Earth'' blots the ''Moons'' gilded Wane,(nb..)
a sacrifice (q)
a sacrifice, especially a blood sacrifice by heathens
a blót (heathen sacrificial ceremony)