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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of splash.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Marked with splashes; specifically, having the tips of many of the body-feathers marked with elongate spots of color: as, a splashed pouter pigeon.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of a fluid) having been propelled about in flying drops or masses
- adj. covered with bright patches (often used in combination)
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He's already gotten his name splashed across the headlines, which I'm sure was his real motivation for announcing such an inane quest to begin with.
I mean, the last thing I need right now is to have my name splashed all over your paper.
In the salted, mist-thick air that came from the bay, Isaiah remembered a lacquered sign swinging from a black pole, the title splashed crimson.
How does Boardman feel about having his name splashed across the side of his products though?
The deals deliver new customers who provide testimonials, she said, which is "better than just having your name splashed around."
“It’s kind of like that same guy not wanting his name splashed all over the newspaper the next day bragging to everybody what he did,” Hunter continued.
If it weren’t for their name splashed across the cover of their books, you’d never guess in a million years what the signature inside stood for.
Rain splashed my bare legs and face, and I became dizzyingly aware of the Roman Empire stretching off to my left, all the way to sun-baked Syria.
MIAMI (AP) - Michael Beasley pulled a shirt over his head, which was the only way he could obstruct the postgame grin splashed across his face.
When I was a senior in high school the first section in Miami opened to much fanfare, and my friend Helene Zablow with a lisp and a ponytail, 17 years old, was the first fatality on this segment of I-95, her name splashed all over the Miami Herald.