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blot +‎ -er



blotter (plural blotters)

  1. a piece of blotting paper in a pad as a piece of desk furniture
  2. a daily register of arrests and other events in a police station
  3. a register of the related events made in the form of the list of times and brief descriptions
    All transactions were entered in the cash blotter and agent's subsidiary ledger.
    He maintains the political blotter blog.
    • 2003, Karen Hood-Caddy, The Wisdom of Water
      "The blotter was so full of his scribbling, it was getting harder and harder to find places to write in."

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