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  • noun Plural form of splashing.

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Examples

  • With the exception of the hole in the tower, and a few splintered and starred "splashings" where the missiles had struck, very little actual injury seemed to have been inflicted, notwithstanding the excellent practice of the _Su-chen's_ gunners.

    A Chinese Command A Story of Adventure in Eastern Seas

  • Daughtry cried, at sight of the whale flurrying the water with aimless, gigantic splashings.

    CHAPTER XV

  • Calls and cries and splashings of water from beyond

    CHAPTER XIII

  • Then they heard splashings from the pool, and they hurried down to it.

    An Open Letter to Fans of South Plains Football

  • There are accidental splashings and deliberately mean ones.

    CNN Transcript Oct 14, 2009

  • This led to what might be considered a precursor to the splashings -- stenciled-letters reading "SOLD TO MOMA" spray-painted atop of SWOON pieces throughout the city.

    Willy Blackmore: In a Swoon: A Brief History of Love and Bombing

  • In the show's final gallery of nudes, the stunning and probably once-in-a-lifetime lineup of Titian's "Venus and Cupid with an Organist," Goya's "Naked Maja" and Manet's "Olympia" is interspersed with several garish and crudely near-pornographic late Picassos that look like the secondary splashings of a spoiled child.

    A Rich Culture, Fed by Oil

  • On Thursday, splashings could be faintly heard over the roar of 18-month-old hip-hop hits, each dropping Ping-Pong bomb the sound of another young American becoming slightly more intoxicated.

    The Transom

  • On Thursday, splashings could be faintly heard over the roar of 18-month-old hip-hop hits, each dropping Ping-Pong bomb the sound of another young American becoming slightly more intoxicated.

    The Transom

  • On Thursday, splashings could be faintly heard over the roar of 18-month-old hip-hop hits, each dropping Ping-Pong bomb the sound of another young American becoming slightly more intoxicated.

    The Transom

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