spotted (adj.)
stained, blemished
Luc.721[of Tarquin's soul] To whose weak ruins muster troops of cares / To ask the spotted princess how she fares
MND I.i.110[Lysander to Thesus, of Helena and Demetrius] she ... dotes in idolatry / Upon this spotted and inconstant man
R2 III.ii.134[King Richard to Scroop, of his lords] Terrible hell / Make war upon their spotted souls for this
TC V.iii.18[Cassandra to Hector, of vows to the gods] They are ... more abhorred / Than spotted livers in the sacrifice
Tit II.iii.74[Bassianus to Tamora, of Aaron] Doth make your honour of his body's hue, / Spotted, detested, and abominable
WT I.ii.328[Leontes to Camillo, of the purity of his bed] which being spotted / Is goads, thorns
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