BOTCH, noun [Eng.patch.]
1. A swelling on the skin; a large ulcerous affection.
BOTCHes and blains must all his flesh imboss.
2. A patch, or the part of a garment patched or mended in a
clumsy manner; ill-finished work in mending.
3. That which resembles a botch; a part added clumsily; adventitious or ill-applied words.
If those words are not notorious botches, I am deceived.
BOTCH, verb transitive To mend or patch with a needle or awl, in a clumsy manner, as a garment; to mend or repair awkwardly, as a system of government.
1. To put together unsuitable, or unskillfully; to make use of unsuitable pieces.
For treason botched in rhyme will be thy bane.
2. To mark with botches.
Young Hylas botched with stains.