Definition of Spottily

1. Adverb. In a spotty manner. ¹



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Definition of Spottily

1. spotty [adv] - See also: spotty

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spottily

spotted sandpiper
spotted sea trout
spotted sickness
spotted skunk
spotted squeateague
spotted sunfish
spotted water hemlock
spotted weakfish
spotted wolffish
spottedness
spotter
spotters
spottier
spotties
spottiest
spottily (current term)
spottiness
spottinesses
spottings
spottle
spottles
spotty
spotweld
spousage
spousages
spousal
spousal equivalent
spousal relationship
spousal support

Literary usage of Spottily

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1. The Development of Shakespeare As a Dramatist by George Pierce Baker (1907)
"... on analyzing the play, that Shakespeare gave his chief attention to the first and the second possibility, that he did much, even if somewhat spottily, ..."

2. The Development of Shakespeare As a Dramatist by George Pierce Baker (1907)
"... on analyzing the play, that Shakespeare gave his chief attention to the first and the second possibility; that he did much, even if somewhat spottily, ..."

3. Lectures on the Experimental Psychology of the Thought-processes by Edward Bradford Titchener (1909)
"One feels—I have felt—a certain aversion to the scores of closely packed and spottily printed pages of the Archiv; and the writers, surely, have a good deal ..."

4. The Principles of Argumentation by George Pierce Baker, Henry Barrett Huntington (1905)
"Beginners in argumentation rarely totally neglect persuasion, but they place their persuasion at the beginning, at the end, or spottily throughout ..."

5. Public Organization in Ancient Greece: A Documentary Study by Nicholas F. Jones (1987)
"Internal procedure is otherwise only spottily documented. Judicial capacity is implied by a reference in a speech to the "condemnation" ..."

6. Public Organization in Ancient Greece: A Documentary Study by Nicholas F. Jones (1987)
"... spottily documented regarding function (see below), are also represented by only a single proper name, viz. ..."

7. Aid Activities in Asia and the Central Asian Republics: Hearing Before the edited by Doug Bereuter (1997)
"... as the taxation or water pricing initiatives mentioned earlier, have not always fit local realities when they are enforced arbitrarily and spottily. ..."

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