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blob / bläb/ • n. a drop of a thick liquid or other viscous substance: blobs of paint. ∎  a spot of color: a badly printed blob on shopping bags. ∎  an indeterminate mass or shape: a leathery blob commonly known as a sea squirt. • v. [tr.] (often be blobbed) put small drops of thick liquid or spots of color on: her nose was blobbed with paint. DERIVATIVES: blob·by adj.

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BLOB

BLOB / bläb/ • n. Comput. binary large objects.

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blob

blob XV. in early use north.; imit. Cf. BLUBBER, BUBBLE.

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blob

blobblob, bob, cob, dob, fob, glob, gob, hob, job, knob, lob, mob, nob, rob, slob, snob, sob, squab, stob, swab, throb, yob •nabob • skibob • thingamabob •corncob • hobnob • doorknob •heartthrob

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