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
Cold air stuck at the surface is being quite stubborn in giving way to a blob of warm air that wants to move in.
The metal blob was moved behind the building in the 1970s after spending years in front of the museum.
Atop the case sits a giant blob of the meat butter that started it all, the size of a small newborn, slowly diminished by sampling.
The visual volley is complemented by similar rhythms among biomorphic blobs whose shapes echo one another’s and simple patterns that look as if they have been cut from the same cloth.
Mr Rees-Mogg is popular on the right for the same reason that Mr Corbyn is popular on the left: voters read their refusal to become part of the blob as proof of their authenticity and unbending commitment to the truth.
College presidents and their various boards of trustees and regents have allowed college football and college basketball to mutate into this oozing, cancerous, inherently corruptible blob of slug.
Rows of them in a Shanghai lab hold pale blobs of skin that scientists created to help customize makeup for Chinese faces.
Merely putting a blob on the lock and scratching up the lock's surface a bit is enough for the alloy to form.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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