consperse

adjective
con·​sperse | \kənzˈpərs, (ˈ)känz¦-, kənˈsp-, (ˈ)kän¦sp-\

Definition of consperse 

: thickly and irregularly strewn (as with fine spots or punctures)

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History and Etymology for consperse

Latin conspersus, past participle of conspergere

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