Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To dash or splash with a quantity of liquid; drench.
- To pour in suddenly and in great quantity.
- n. A dash or plash, as of rain falling in sheets.
- n. A quantity of thin, watery stuff, especially an excessive quantity: as, a blash of tea.
- n. A broad blaze or flare.
“April 28, 2010 at 4: 21 AM whats special about androids. iphones are much better and they can run android and linuix kernal and iphone os blash”
“It loads fairly quickly and resource management isn't a problem with me. blash”
“What you really want to do is look better and feel healthier, and a scale won't help with either of those. blash eightbudfan”
“Woot is selling to hangover cures (like the recent LH article) to city microbrewery guides. blash”
“Looks promising but after a few clicks it's always crashing (Win7 x64, latest iTunes) Does anyone else have this problem? singularity0821 blash”
“What goes good with writing an easy paper, Sierra Nevada or Guinness? nukee blash”
“If you need to take a picture of your right hand, set your camera on a tripod and use a cable release with your left hand. blash”
“I'll give it another try to see if it's changed any but on this thing, would be better if I could offload some CPU to it. blash”
“April 28, 2010 at 4:21 AM whats special about androids. iphones are much better and they can run android and linuix kernal and iphone os blash”
“B-o-y Jove, what a night!' exclaimed Facey, as a blash of sleet dashed across the window as if some one had thrown a handful of pebbles against it.”
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Comprised of obsolete(ish) words that sound really, really made up, often because they're just words that already exist with one letter changed as though coined by an easily amused pothead, y know?...
...From a series of 'knowledge cards.'
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