A Blot on the landscape

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A Blot on the landscape : Phrases



Meaning:

Something that spoils the view or ruins a previously comfortable situation.


Origin:

T. E. (Thomas Edward) Lawrence, in 'Letters' (edited D. Garnett), 1938:


"His two Kufti people - will be rather a blot on the landscape."


Tom Sharpe published a novel - 'Blott on the Landscape' in 1975.

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