1to bespatter sth with sth — salpicar algo de algo
- His shirt was bespattered with blood, and it was this that attracted suspicion to him as he stepped from his car.
- Only in some hollow of a larger tree on the sheltered side may be seen a few scattered leaves of some close-clinging creeper, or the hardy leaves of the tataramoa, bespattered with mud.
- His car is bespattered with mud.
- He coughed out blood and more blood bespattered us.
- You were so bespattered with mud that I thought you were some old farmer.
- Peppered with dry wit and classic understatements, this book is a delight to read and my copy shows it, bespattered with grease and finger marks and bent this way and that as I would literally go to sleep with it.
- Her hands were red and raw and the front of her tunic was bespattered with water stains and soapsuds, but she still had another pile to go.
- His steed was bespattered with mud, and his head hung down as if worn by long travelling.
- He was a somewhat diminutive boy, clad in a velvet suit with a lace collar, both of which were plentifully bespattered with mud.
- This time not only his skirts, but even his hat, was bespattered with mud.
- He is entirely in black broadclothor rather, at present, black and brown, for he is bespattered with mud from his heels to the crown of his low hat.
- Already bespattered with mud from head to foot, the Prince halted just long enough to thank the farmer, and then resumed the chase.
- Our journey was very slow, and we were bespattered with mud from head to foot.
- He is a man of about 35, in a deplorable plight, bespattered with mud and blood and snow, his belt and the strap of his revolver-case keeping together the torn ruins.
- He sauntered across the lawn to where she stood, a smile splitting his thin face as he saw how bespattered with paint she was.