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abrasion a spot or patch that has been scraped, as on the skin. [1/2 definitions]
baldhead any of various birds with a patch of white on the head. [1/2 definitions]
beauty spot a tiny dark mark or patch applied to the face or shoulders, esp. by a woman to accentuate the fairness of her skin. [1/2 definitions]
Canada goose a large wild goose of North America, having brownish gray feathers, a black head and neck, and a white patch under the chin and up both sides of the face.
dapple a patch or group of spotted markings of different shade or color than their background, or a single such mark. [1/4 definitions]
fleck a small patch of light or color. [1/3 definitions]
gorget a patch of distinctive color on the neck of an animal, esp. a bird. [1/4 definitions]
plage an area of cool or heated gas on the surface of the sun that appears as a dark or light patch on an image produced by a spectroheliograph.
redpoll any of various small finches characterized by a red patch on the crown of the head.
redwing a small European thrush with a patch of orange feathers on the underside of its wings. [1/2 definitions]
repatch combined form of patch.
rose-breasted grosbeak a North American grosbeak, the male of which has a triangular, rosy patch on the breast.
shoulder patch an identifying patch worn on the upper arm of a military uniform, showing the wearer's branch of service, rank, or unit.
speculum a distinctively lustrous or colorful patch on the wing of certain birds. [1/3 definitions]
splash a spot made by a splash, or a similar spot or patch made by other means, such as color or light. [1/9 definitions]
sticker a paper label, patch, or sign with adhesive on the back side. [1/2 definitions]
thicket a thick or dense patch of shrubs, underbrush, or small trees. [1/2 definitions]
tui a dark bluish to black bird of New Zealand that has a patch of white feathers on each side of the throat, and is able to mimic human speech.
vamp1 to patch up; refurbish (often fol. by up). [1/7 definitions]