Noun(1) a very small circular shape(2) the United States federal department that institutes and coordinates national transportation programs; created in 1966(3) the shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code(4) street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
Verb(1) scatter or intersperse like dots or studs(2) distribute loosely(3) make a dot or dots(4) mark with a dot
(1) To camouflage spots, dip a clean cotton bud into a concealer that matches your skin tone and dot on the spot.(2) Some of the architectural gems are the many churches that dot the landscape.(3) churches dot the countryside(4) It was still a tiny dot on the horizon, barely distinguishable from the snow flurries around him, but he knew where he was going and the lack of a clear destination didn't bother him.(5) The old, washed-out white tents began to dot the promenade like the annoying blight on my ixora plants.(6) Termite mounds dot the roadside, rising in vertical shafts to tapering points, each one a tiny architectural marvel, a many-towered Camelot.(7) A soft wavering dot appeared on the horizon, which Barth watched intently.(8) Ashill, the picturesque east Devon village where Stone lives, is easy to overlook: a tiny dot on the map, west of the M5.(9) Another time I wasn't redirected, so I was on the US based regular straight-up dot org site.(10) Venus, the third-brightest object in the sky, will take six hours to cross the bottom of the sun, appearing as a black dot against the solar disc.(11) Then suddenly the dot would disappear, and the task would change: now participants had to identify the spot where the dot disappeared.(12) People often speak or write Morse code using words ├ö├ç├┐Dit├ö├ç├û (or Di) for a dot and ├ö├ç├┐Dah├ö├ç├û for a dash.(13) Send me your recommendations by making this a real email address: rebecca at rebecca dot net.(14) Email me at greg at greg dot org with your suggestions.(15) As the sun sinks lower into the abyss, the sea and sky soften to a dark wine, stars begin to dot the heavens, and black waves crash onto the shore, the scent of salt and evening flowers heavy in the air.(16) I have an interview with a start up dot com.