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

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  • adj. covered with bright patches (often used in combination)

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Examples

  • Oh, and having your name splattered across the top of TMZ.com.

    The Seattle Times

  • Rain splattered down on the winding mountain road.

    Two young rebels with a runaway plan to meet Elvis

  • Lindsay Lohan's father says he was "bewildered" to find his name splattered across the Web last week, ostensibly declaring that his famous daughter is afflicted with HIV.

    Michael and Lindsay Lohan lies go viral, and the truth is hard to corral

  • I realized that, after crossing the border back into Bolivia, I had a wide grin splattered across my face for the entire 2 hour drive from the border to La Paz.

    Bolivian Homecoming « Wanderings

  • I think a dolphin splattered with a little bass blood will have the same effect.

    Joey From The Dock

  • From the lone dark figure sinking into and out of the shadows of an empty house, to the final brutal 30 minutes where a brain splattered cop goes into berserker mode, this flick exudes a creepiness factor that had me going “WoweWow”.

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  • But while Louis accepts the meteor, he doesn’t believe in splattered bat blood as an explanation.

    Is it raining aliens?

  • Correct, the guy who works at GM does not get demoted OR get fired, just pays fines and costs and goes on with his life, oh ya that same GM guy does not get his name splattered across this rag either. "my 2 cent wrote on Jul 9, 2009 8: 10 AM: in response to the above post wrote on Jul 9, 2009 8: 12 AM:

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  • Nearby, pedestrians scurrying down the sidewalk stopped to glance at phrases written in white across the sidewalk, with the last word splattered across the street, as if it were the victim of a collision.

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  • Wallace placed 52nd out of 54 Drivers with Meek's name splattered all over the car.

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