Similar words: slashed, display, displace, clash, flash, slash, on display, dashed. Meaning: [splæʃ] adj. 1. (of a fluid) having been propelled about in flying drops or masses 2. covered with bright patches (often used in combination) 3. spattered or spotted with dirt or filth; often used in combination.
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1 She splashed her face with cold water.
2 Rain splashed against the windows.
3 The ocean splashed against the pier.
4 Water splashed onto the floor.
5 The children splashed in the pool.
6 Children splashed through the puddles.
7 My car was splashed over with mud.
8 Big tears ran down her cheeks and splashed onto the paper.
9 Brian splashed water on his face, then brushed his teeth.
10 We splashed across the stream.
11 The children splashed about in the surf.
12 Passing vehicles splashed the wall up with mud.
13 Water splashed into the bucket from the tap.
14 His uniform was crumpled, untidy[sentencedict.com], splashed with mud.
15 Her clean washing was all splashed with mud.
16 The spacecraft splashed down in the Pacific.
17 He splashed in the heavy rain.
18 He splashed the soup on the table.
19 A single drop of blood splashed onto the floor.
20 He splashed cold water on his face.
21 The hot oil splashed out of the pot.
22 We splashed out on a new kitchen.
23 Unfortunately some paint splashed onto the rug.
24 They splashed through the puddles.
25 He splashed his face with cold water.
26 His name was splashed in the newspaper.
27 They splashed out £3000 on a holiday.
28 The gunman's picture was splashed across the front page.
29 The green water splashed and foamed over the rocks.
30 My clothes were splashed with mud.
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