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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of splat.

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Examples

  • Students and teachers freeze, dive for cover, run away, or stand there to get splatted with pink paint.

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  • He splatted to the floor, scrambling on the linoleum with his back paws, and fled into the living room.

    Choker

  • She was splatted on a mattress on the floor of a room in a house she didn't know, next to a back she didn't recognise, whose front she could only guess at.

    Baby Blue

  • She tapped again and watched it cracked open, a raw egg splatted down next to the first one.

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  • Keith splatted the teaturds and their racism last night.

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  • Turned out the hair was actually a bad toupee and in the explosion of water had splatted on the road behind the car like a squashed beaver.

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  • Our place to hide, she said, and sweat drops splatted on the wooden floor.

    Glimpse

  • The sickness that had crawled through the nostrils and mouths of so many clan members and splatted out the bowels of the now dead ones had wormed its way deeply into her.

    Raven Speak

  • Kathy splatted her hand down into the dough and laughed as the air escaped and the mixture flattened down.

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  • It looks like the wool was splatted… so yeah a different color might have been advisable.

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