Synonyms for Spotted:

adj.

all (adjective)
patched.
black (adjective)
impure, grimy, squalid, grubby, soiled, filthy, unclean, stained.
blemished (adjective)
fractured, defective, Hacked, splotched, Scored, imperfect, Scabbed, slit, distorted, pockmarked, deformed, scratched, flecked, scarred, discolored, notched, gashed, stained, soiled, damaged, disfigured, chipped, marked, abraded, specked, marred, spoiled, tainted, tarnished, cracked, Nicked, blistered, scraped, flawed, blotched, Scuffed, defaced, blemished, freckled, impure, dirty.
dappled (adjective)
speckled, discolored, checkered.
dirty (adjective)
messy, sullied, unsanitary, unclean, contaminated, unhygienic.
mottled (adjective)
freckled.
patterned (adjective)
checkered.
spotted (adjective)
blotched, flecked, dotted, freckled.

n.

chequered, checkerboard, crisscross, checkered, chronological, broken, candy-striped, even. dotted (noun)
speckled.
spotted (noun)
damaged, tarnished, besmirched, patterned, sullied, patched, tainted, stained, flyblown, blemished.

v.

blemished (verb)
Blotted, hurt, checked, Kinked, defected, slitted, dotted.
dirty (verb)
contaminated, filthy, squalid, grubby, unsanitary, unhygienic, messy, grimy, unclean.
lit (verb)
Beamed, fluoresced, flared, flooded, Glinted, Flashed, illuminated, Shone, Glittered, Radiated, fired, Glowed, Scintillated, Gleamed, incandesced, Blazed, lit, Sparkled.
located (verb)
placed, set, put, situated, established, Unearthed, pinpointed, found, discovered, posted, located, Stationed, positioned.
spot (verb)
dirty.

Other synonyms:

dirty. checked
checkered.
mottled
speckled.
soiled
unclean.
Other relevant words:
flyblown, sullied, besmirched, grimy, squalid, soiled, patterned, broken, filthy, speckled, patched, unclean, checkered, dirty.

Usage examples for spotted

  1. Raffles- Raffles- they've spotted us and moved the ladder this very instant! – A Thief in the Night by E. W. Hornung
  2. Her sorrow the sorrow of those spotted ones! – The Dop Doctor by Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
  3. But the butterfly opened and shut his pretty spotted wings and then flew away. – Our Young Folks at Home and Abroad by Various