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splosh

[ splosh ]

verb (used with or without object)



splosh

/ splɒʃ /

verb

  1. to scatter (liquid) vigorously about in blobs

    visitors can splosh in the world's largest man-made waterfall



noun

  1. an instance or sound of sploshing
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Example Sentences

The committee hustled me into the hall with no more damage than one rather slushy splosh of snow perilously close to my neck.

But if, happening to be in his company, I saw his head in a breakable aspect—splosh!

I war scared right enough, and the start I gave caused me to roll from the seat where I was sitting splosh into the water.

With one big splosh the whole five hundred-weight of us flopped gaily over into the mire.

E made a splosh like a sack o' taters droppin' off the bridge.

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