splash out

  1. (adverb often foll by on) informal, mainly British to spend (money) freely or extravagantly (on something)

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How to use splash out in a sentence

  • And then when you want something satisfying, splash out a few dollars for a mammoth cupcake.

  • I tried to scull the splash out of the still water before Mr. Parasyte came up.

    Breaking Away | Oliver Optic
  • All at once the regular rhythm of the sea was broken by a slight splash out of time.

    Left on Labrador | Charles Asbury Stephens
  • The sparks from the iron heels splash out in red fire through the dusk.

    An Autobiography | Elizabeth Butler
  • Zealous workers have been known to splash out in this fashion as many as thirteen thousand logs in one season.

    Blue Ridge Country | Jean Thomas