A tiny amount; a bit: not a speck of truth in her story. (noun)
To mark with specks.(verb-transitive)
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Use "speck" in a sentence
"Yes | No | Report from mlutz95 wrote 43 weeks 4 days ago ocean kayaks make great kayaks. the model "speck" is what we have."
"A fluttering gray speck is all that will be left of me."
"The flower on which this speck is situated is however stolen and carried away by the black-bottomed eagle named Vlad Vlad-i-koff."