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- adj. Having freckles.
- adj. Covered with freckles
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Marked with freckles; spotted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Marked with freckles or spots: as, a freckled face.
- Marked with small, irregular, and not very distinct spots, resembling freckles on a face.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to or covered with or resembling freckles
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Most of these shops are kept by Moormen – large, yellow, unpleasant-looking persons in freckled calico petticoats, heads shaven quite clean and covered with a little red basket too small for the purpose.
At the far end of the squad in an area occupied by our to corporals one of them, which we will call the freckled dork, is spouting silly marine non-commisioned officer nonsense.
_The "freckled" appearance which you mention in your positives in all probability depends upon the action of the light upon the silver, which still remains in your proof.
The wetlands are important breeding and habitat areas for several nationally threatened and/or migratory species such as freckled duck (Stictonetta naevosa), musk duck (Biziura lobata), black swan (Cygnus atratus), silver gulls (Larus novaehollandiae), Australian pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus), great egret (Egretta alba), and glossy ibis (Plegadis falcinellus).
Fiona Murray was an older, more fiery version of Kara, with red hair, blue eyes, and freckled, weathered skin.
Something I never realized about Batali is how freckled and fair he is and also how strong his Pac West intonations are.
Julia pale, freckled, dreamy Julia, who played the oboe and knew even more physics than he did was never going to sleep with Quentin.
Spaghetti straps revealed her slender arms and the nightgown held her firm breasts in place just below a freckled slate and an articulated clavicle.
The members of this clan, like the once hairy-brunette-Italian Madonna and the once freckled-redhead Aussie Nicole Kidman now resemble no one as much as the blonde American Barbara Walters, who could, in turn, not only be their mother but also the sister of Linda Evans.
She had a young, freckled complexion, and I was already losing hair in front, my teeth stained from cigarettes and coffee.