Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of splash.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of splash.

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Examples

  • Nothing with cheques, or stripes, nothing so light that it would show splashes from the bathroom sink etc.

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  • DETROIT (AP) - As a reborn baseball town erupted in splashes of orange and blue around them, the Detroit Tigers danced in the infield, kicking up dirt like kids on a sandlot.

    USATODAY.com - Baseball - N.Y. Yankees vs. Detroit

  • The British Commonwealth and Empire is painted in splashes of red all over the globe.

    British Commonwealth & Empire Co-Operation

  • The Channel is gray and stormy when we start, and a gout of rain splashes now and then upon the deck.

    In Seven Stages: A Flying Trip Around the World

  • The odd thing was, the "splashes" - for lack of a better word-seemed to be concentrated around the street people.

    Beyond World's End

  • The odd thing was, the "splashes" -for lack of a better word'seemed to be concentrated around the street people.

    Beyond World's End

  • When it is required to show by the shading that the surfaces are highly polished, the lighter parts of the shading are made to contain what may be termed splashes of lighter and darker shadow, as in Figure 303, which represents an oil cup, having a brass casing enclosing a glass cylinder, which appears through the openings in the brass shell.

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  • They were splashes, monstrous splashes, that is all, splashes that were eighty feet high.

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  • The lady, applying certain splashes, that is perfumes, a hairspray, deodorants - should wait within several minutes before putting on your links of London jewelry.

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  • A fussier technique might have been more faithful to all the tiny details in a true splat of ink, but Lievens's boldness captures the idea of splashes better.

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