Definitions

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  • adverb In a splashy manner.

Etymologies

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splashy +‎ -ly

Examples

  • It was improbable that it should matter that all 13 parts of the FX series "Lights Out" showed up in the mail in January—a splashily colored package with a picture of a battered boxer on the front cover that looked much like all splashy promotion covers for TV series destined for well-merited oblivion.

    What a Knockout of a Series

  • But nothing except social conditioning says that you can't kick them splashily out of your way.

    Move: Choreographing You; Renditions

  • There are a good many legitimate criticisms and uncertainties, none of which appear in this deplorably ill-informed, splashily drivelsome opinion piece.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The transparent model has been successful for other fledging Web 2.0 interests, such as Twitter, which recently also was splashily taken into the world of politics by members of Congress and the presidential campaigns.

    Sara Hebert: Facebook: Not Controlling Your Politics

  • And, of course, she splashily ordered some street lights turned off.

    Numbers Games

  • There are a good many legitimate criticisms and uncertainties, none of which appear in this deplorably ill-informed, splashily drivelsome opinion piece.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • But the public rooms in the hotel are bright, airy and splashily decorated with bright Southwestern art and objects, and we loved the lobby lounge, with an amber, backlit onyx bar meant to look like desert sandstone, a fireplace and a terrace with sweeping desert views.

    A Double Helping of Desert

  • And I realized that they loved to live splashily, extravagantly, as well as rule the Senate and the Assemblies with a rod of iron.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • And I realized that they loved to live splashily, extravagantly, as well as rule the Senate and the Assemblies with a rod of iron.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • The collection was made up of clean-cut, splashily patterned clothes.

    Sandy the Dandy

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