1. a spot or stain, especially of ink on paper.
2. a blemish on a person's character or reputation: He had been haunted by a blot on his past.
3. Archaic. an erasure or obliteration, as in a writing. verb (used with object), blotted, blotting.
4. to spot, stain, soil, or the like.
5. to darken; make dim; obscure or eclipse (usually followed by out): We watched as the moon blotted out the sun.
6. to dry with absorbent paper or the like: to blot the wet pane.
7. to remove
"outs can be blotted."
"writings can be blotted."
"views can be blotted."
"papers can be blotted."
"memories can be blotted."
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