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blot (2 is common Eliz.; 3 not pre-S.)
1. to tarnish, stain, sully Shr. V. ii. 140 “It blots thy beauty” ; absol. LLL. IV. iii. 241.
2. to calumniate, throw mud at John II. i. 132.
3. to obscure Ven. 184 “vapours when they blot the sky.”
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