How they laughed; how joyful they seemed to be; how they made the water splash and foam around them.
There was no sound save that of the water—splash, splash, drip, drip.
He went slowly, lest the water splash too much, and kept a wary watch on the banks above, which were growing higher.
He sails around and around in the air; at last fixing his eyes upon a fish, he swoops down, making the water splash around him.
He heard the water splash against the planks and felt the boat list.
By the light of the stars he saw the flying fragments of the buggy—saw the water splash where the man fell.
And after I did sing it all, we did watch the water splash itself against the legs of the bridge.
So they swam on, faster and faster, making the water splash up all around them like a steamboat going to a picnic.
He held it high and let the water splash, for fear his dignity might suffer should he or the bottle touch her.
Barrels of water splash down into our cockpit and roll off the decks.