freckle

Part of speech: verb

To mark or be marked with freckles.

Part of speech: noun

A small, colored spot on the skin.

Part of speech: adverb

Freckly.

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Usage examples "freckle":

  1. Andrew had married a girl named Mary, and Will had met this pretty little freckle faced girl from Kentucky. - "The-Life-of-Me-an-autobiography", Johnson, Clarence Edgar.
  2. She had frequently told my fortune, each time managing to fish up a freckle- faced boy so nearly resembling her grandson, my particular aversion, that I didn't care to hear it again. - "Homestead on the Hillside", Mary Jane Holmes.
  3. Every freckle on her face stood out and asserted itself singly; her pale blue eyes, that gave no indication of her force of character, were weak and wandering, or stared blankly at the judge; her over- sized head, broad at the base, terminating in the scantiest possible light- colored braid in the middle of her narrow shoulders, was as hard and uninteresting as the wooden spheres that topped the railing against which she sat. - "The Twins of Table Mountain and Other Stories", Bret Harte.