Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of plash.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Lovely girls there no longer plashed in pools of sun no longer there.

    Mr Goosevort

  • Rivers of tears poured from its eyes and plashed into the fountain below.

    Clockwork Angel

  • Once or twice they plashed through tenuous streams trickling down through the salt marshes to the sea.

    His Disposition

  • Very slowly he came, but not from any reluctance, for his head was erected proudly, and his eyes fixed on Owain, He plashed waveringly out of the surf, as little wave on following wave lapped at his feet and drew back.

    His Disposition

  • About their bared legs the shallow water plashed in palest blues and greens over the gold of sand, and the sky above them was blue almost to whiteness, with a scatter of whiter clouds diaphanous as feathers.

    His Disposition

  • I probably should have plashed it several years ago: some of the trees were tall and unwieldy.

    Wildwood

  • The tensile strength in a plashed hedge is actually the sum of the imparted strength and energy of the hedger.

    Wildwood

  • Even after years of benign neglect, plashed hedges stand as monuments to the best traditions of good husbandry.

    Wildwood

  • The tensile strength in a plashed hedge is actually the sum of the imparted strength and energy of the hedger.

    Wildwood

  • Even after years of benign neglect, plashed hedges stand as monuments to the best traditions of good husbandry.

    Wildwood

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