dot

Part of speech: verb

To mark with a dot or dots; make dots.

Part of speech: noun

A minute mark; speck; spot.

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Usage examples "dot":

  1. Won't we, Dot F'eelun'?" - "Dot and Tot of Merryland", L. Frank Baum.
  2. Beyond that who ever wanted to look up their annals, to reconstruct their steps and stages, to dot their i's in fine, or to " go behind" anything that was theirs? - "The Finer Grain", Henry James.
  3. And there he stood as still as a statue until the motor car was reduced to a small scarlet dot on the horizon. - "The Motor Maids Across the Continent", Katherine Stokes.