fleck definition

  • noun:
    • a little level or spot: flecks of mica into the rock.
    • a tiny bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • A tiny level or place: flecks of mica when you look at the rock.
    • a tiny bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • A flake
    • A lock, as of wool.
    • A flake
    • A lock, as of wool.
    • A small spot or streak; a speckle.
    • A flake; also, a lock, at the time of wool.
    • A spot; a streak; a speckle.
    • an area; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • Specifically In entomology, an irregular and usually elongate dot of color: used especially to such dots in the wings of butterflies and moths.
    • A flake; a lock.
    • A dialectal as a type of flitch.
    • a little fragment of anything damaged faraway from the whole
    • a tiny contrasting section of one thing
    • a little mark or area: flecks of mica when you look at the rock.
    • A small bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • a tiny place or streak; a speckle.
    • A flake; also, a lock, by wool.
    • A spot; a streak; a speckle.
    • an area; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • particularly In entomology, an irregular and generally elongate dot of shade: applied particularly to such dots on wings of butterflies and moths.
    • A flake
    • A lock, at the time of wool.
    • A small spot or streak; a speckle.
    • A flake; additionally, a lock, since wool.
    • A spot; a streak; a speckle.
    • A spot; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • A flake; a lock.
    • Specifically In entomology, an irregular and usually elongate dot of color: used particularly to these types of dots regarding wings of butterflies and moths.
    • A dialectal kind of flitch.
    • A flake; a lock.
    • a small fragment of something broken removed from your whole
    • A dialectal type of flitch.
    • a tiny contrasting element of one thing
    • a small fragment of some thing broken off from the complete
    • a small contrasting element of something
    • a little level or place: flecks of mica inside rock.
    • a tiny little bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • A flake
    • A lock, by wool.
    • a tiny area or streak; a speckle.
    • A flake; in addition, a lock, as of wool.
    • an area; a streak; a speckle.
    • an area; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • Specifically In entomology, an irregular and generally elongate dot of color: used specifically to such dots regarding wings of butterflies and moths.
    • A flake; a lock.
    • A dialectal as a type of flitch.
    • a little fragment of some thing broken removed from the complete
    • a tiny contrasting section of one thing
    • a small level or place: flecks of mica in stone.
    • a little level or area: flecks of mica in rock.
    • A small little bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • A flake
    • A lock, since wool.
    • A small place or streak; a speckle.
    • a little level or spot: flecks of mica in rock.
    • A small little bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • A flake
    • A flake; additionally, a lock, by wool.
    • an area; a streak; a speckle.
    • A spot; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • particularly In entomology, an irregular and generally elongate dot of color: applied particularly to these types of dots regarding the wings of butterflies and moths.
    • A tiny mark or area: flecks of mica in rock.
    • A small little bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • A flake; a lock.
    • A lock, by wool.
    • A dialectal type of flitch.
    • a little level or area: flecks of mica in rock.
    • A small bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • A small spot or streak; a speckle.
    • A tiny level or spot: flecks of mica into the rock.
    • a small level or spot: flecks of mica in the stone.
    • a tiny little bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • A flake
    • a little fragment of something damaged off from your whole
    • a little bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • A lock, as of wool.
    • A flake
    • a tiny little bit or flake: flecks of foam; a fleck of dandruff.
    • a tiny contrasting section of something
    • A flake; also, a lock, since wool.
    • A flake
    • A lock, as of wool.
    • A flake
    • a tiny area or streak; a speckle.
    • A lock, at the time of wool.
    • a tiny spot or streak; a speckle.
    • A spot; a streak; a speckle.
    • A flake
    • A lock, by wool.
    • A spot; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • A flake; additionally, a lock, since wool.
    • particularly In entomology, an irregular and generally elongate dot of shade: applied especially to such dots regarding the wings of butterflies and moths.
    • A flake; also, a lock, at the time of wool.
    • A spot; a streak; a speckle.
    • A spot; a streak; a speckle.
    • A flake; a lock.
    • A spot; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • A dialectal form of flitch.
    • a little fragment of one thing broken off from the entire
    • Specifically In entomology, an irregular and generally elongate dot of color: applied particularly to these types of dots on the wings of butterflies and moths.
    • an area; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • a little contrasting part of anything
    • a little spot or streak; a speckle.
    • A small area or streak; a speckle.
    • A lock, by wool.
    • particularly In entomology, an irregular and usually elongate dot of color: applied especially to such dots from the wings of butterflies and moths.
    • A flake; a lock.
    • a little area or streak; a speckle.
    • A flake; additionally, a lock, at the time of wool.
    • A dialectal kind of flitch.
    • A flake; additionally, a lock, by wool.
    • an area; a streak; a speckle.
    • an area; a streak; a speckle.
    • a tiny fragment of some thing damaged off from the whole
    • A flake; also, a lock, at the time of wool.
    • a little contrasting section of something
    • A flake; a lock.
    • an area; a streak; a speckle.
    • an area; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • A dialectal as a type of flitch.
    • A spot; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • especially In entomology, an irregular and usually elongate dot of shade: applied especially to such dots regarding the wings of butterflies and moths.
    • a tiny fragment of one thing broken faraway from the entire
    • Specifically In entomology, an irregular and usually elongate dot of color: used especially to such dots in the wings of butterflies and moths.
    • an area; a streak; a splash; a stain.
    • a little contrasting part of some thing
    • A flake; a lock.
    • A flake; a lock.
    • Specifically In entomology, an irregular and usually elongate dot of shade: used specifically to these types of dots from the wings of butterflies and moths.
    • A dialectal type of flitch.
    • A dialectal as a type of flitch.
    • A flake; a lock.
    • a tiny fragment of one thing damaged removed from the complete
    • a little fragment of one thing broken faraway from the entire
    • A dialectal form of flitch.
    • a tiny contrasting section of one thing
    • a little contrasting section of one thing
    • a tiny fragment of one thing broken removed from the whole
    • a little contrasting element of one thing
  • verb-transitive:
    • to identify or streak: the trail ended up being flecked with sunshine.
    • to identify or streak: the road had been flecked with sunshine.
    • To spot; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
    • to identify or streak: the road was flecked with sunshine.
    • to identify; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
    • to identify; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
    • To spot or streak: the path ended up being flecked with sunlight.
    • To spot; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
    • To spot or streak: the road had been flecked with sunshine.
    • to identify or streak: the path was flecked with sunlight.
    • To spot; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
    • to identify or streak: the road was flecked with sunlight.
    • To spot or streak: the path had been flecked with sunshine.
    • To spot or streak: the trail ended up being flecked with sunshine.
    • To spot or streak: the trail was flecked with sunlight.
    • to identify or streak: the road was flecked with sunlight.
    • To spot; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
    • to identify; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
    • To spot; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
    • To spot; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
    • To spot; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
    • to identify; to streak or stripe; to variegate; to dapple.
  • verb:
    • To mark with little places
    • make a spot or mark onto
    • To mark with tiny places
    • To mark with little places
    • make a spot or mark onto
    • make a spot or level onto
    • To mark with little places
    • make a spot or level onto
    • To mark with tiny places
    • To mark with small spots
    • make a spot or mark onto
    • To mark with tiny places
    • To mark with small spots
    • make a spot or level onto
    • To mark with small spots
    • To mark with tiny spots
    • To mark with small places
    • make a spot or mark onto
    • make an area or level onto
    • make an area or mark onto
    • make a spot or level onto
    • make an area or level onto
  • others:
    • To spot; streak or stripe; dapple. Additionally flecker.
    • to identify; streak or stripe; dapple. Additionally flecker.
    • to identify; streak or stripe; dapple. In addition flecker.
    • to identify; streak or stripe; dapple. In addition flecker.
    • To spot; streak or stripe; dapple. Additionally flecker.
    • To spot; streak or stripe; dapple. Also flecker.
    • to identify; streak or stripe; dapple. In addition flecker.
    • To spot; streak or stripe; dapple. Also flecker.
    • To spot; streak or stripe; dapple. Additionally flecker.
    • To spot; streak or stripe; dapple. Additionally flecker.
    • to identify; streak or stripe; dapple. Also flecker.

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