Examples of blob in a Sentence
That blue blob in the corner of the map is the lake we're headed for.
flicked a blob of jelly on the toast and began to spread it around
Recent Examples of blob from the Web
Aside from number one, which belongs to the King, LeBron James, the other 49 are a numberless blob.
First, gravity competes with buoyancy, causing colder air or water to sink and warmer air or water to rise and making the blobs of air or seawater independently bob up and down.
The network could also partially reconstruct what a participant saw, turning brain activity into pixels, but the resulting images were little more than white blobs.
The blob urged Obama to do more to support the rebellion against Bashar al-Assad.
The faux boobs showed up as a suspicious-looking blob warranting further inspection.
The patch of rough weather, depicted as a yellow blob on the National Hurricane Center’s forecast map, is centered over Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula — the part of the country that hooks north toward the Gulf Mexico.
The result is a portrait that’s hazy, dreamy, streaked with blobs or arches of color that can be interpreted like tea leaves or your star sign: White is open-minded and nonjudgmental; blue is depth of feeling and loyalty.
But if this blob scoots all the way down through digestion, this still is not good because what is being consumed can also be quite poisonous.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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