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- v. Present participle of splash.
- n. An action that splashes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In a specific use, a succussion sound (see succussion).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of splashing a (liquid) substance on a surface
- n. the act of scattering water about haphazardly
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Is there anything good that can come of your name splashing across the news?
Puddle splashing is a great way to work off energy.
April 2007, a splashing is seen in the water of a ravine near Trinity Western University.
He went on talking and laughing all the time as they drove from the station to the quarters he had engaged for her, the rain splashing against the cab from the grey sky and from the street paving.
That the charge of rashness in splashing the picture be not incurred, let the following authoritative evidence be considered: first, the work and wages of mediocrity and inefficiency, and, second, the habitat:
He did not like the notion of splashing through a puddle of boiling oil.
Unlike in other models, Kok simulated a process called splashing, in which a flying sand particle knocks at least one new grain into the air as it smacks into the ground.
The splashing water releases negative ions, and the sound of the splashing is a natural sound masker.
This eradicates the 'who left the toilet seat up' debates and limits the amount of 'splashing' as the pee hits the water (more sanitary).
Using practical horticultural and folk solutions rather than pesticides, such as splashing soapy water in the greenhouse to curb insects, was more sensible and safe for the environment, Fred found.