blot (n.)
stain, disgrace, blemish
CE II.ii.149[Adriana to Antipholus of Syracuse] I am possessed with an adulterate blot
KJ II.i.114[King Philip to King John, of the French justification] To look into the blots and stains of right
KJ III.i.45[Constance to Arthur] If thou [wert] ... / Full of unpleasing blots and sightless stains
LLL IV.iii.239[Berowne to King, of Rosaline] praise too short doth blot
Sonn.36.3[] those blots that do with me remain
Sonn.92.13[] But what's so blessed fair that fears no blot, / Thou mayst be false, and yet I know it not
TG V.iv.109[Julia to Proteus] It is the lesser blot ... / Women to change their shapes than men their minds
TS V.ii.138[Katherina to Widow, of her frown] It blots thy beauty
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