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Word: smudge

Definition: dirty mark with unclear edges made by rubbing; V.


Sentences Containing 'smudge'

Boots had then run down the lane, and another little smudge of blood showed that it was he who had been hurt.
Bread is, perhaps, the best, as it does not smudge the charcoal but lifts it readily off.
Get as much information into the drawing of your lights and shadows as possible; don't be satisfied with a smudge effect.
These blotches, which may oppose or alternate on either side of the middorsal line, are usually closed and have a pale interior with a dark smudge in the center that makes them look like a row of bull's-eyes on either side of the body.
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