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Use "specked" in a sentence
"The ginned cotton is carried to the platforms, where it is "specked" by the women -- leaves, dirt and other impurities being picked out by hand -- and spread out to dry and bleach in the sun; thence we follow it to the "moting-room," where it is thoroughly and finally overhauled, every minute particle of dirt or other foreign matter and every flock of stained and discolored cotton being picked out."
"A fly-specked shaft of sunlight crossed the room, slipping through the shutters to splash onto the red tiles of the floor."
"The thick purple carpet contrasted with gray, burgundy, and violet paints that specked the walls of the penthouse interior."