Learning English

Word: Dapple

Dappled [Adjective]

Sentence with Context:

Saturdays, we take picnics to Gleisdreieck, an old train yard spread across elevated tracks in the middle of the city that has recently been turned into a huge park, a kind of High Line on steroids. There is dappled sunshine underneath the trees there and a rambling postmodern playground made of repurposed rail ties.

(Source: www.nytimes.com)

Meaning: Marked with spots or round patches

How To Remember?

D-apple” should remind you of a damaged apple with spots! A spotted apple is a dappled apple!


Flecked; Mottled; Stippled; Spotted; Speckled.

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