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- v. Present participle of splatter.
- n. A mess of something splattered.
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 noise of something spattering or sputtering explosively
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Their so-far peaceful anti-government rally drew more than 100,000 when it began last weekend, and they went on to use attention-grabbing tactics such as splattering Abhisit's home and offices with their own blood.
Being frozen, they would survive an impact without "splattering".
The storm came on inexorably, dropping first a few splattering drops, then sheets of cold rain that drowned our campfire.
I dropped the pie, breaking china and splattering purple goo over my boots.
“I know,” I said, laughing as tears streamed down my cheeks, splattering onto his face.
Screaming indignantly the car rocketed down the drainage trench splashing water, strewing discarded beer cans and fast food wrappers back onto the hood of the Porsche, splattering mud.
SA Sucks writes, “Apparently Sipho would empty the vuvuzela every often by swinging it wildly, splattering strings of HIV-positive/TB (& God knows what other nasty diseases) gob all over the hapless person behind, in front of and next to him.”
Apparently Sipho would empty the vuvuzela every often by swinging it wildly, splattering strings of HIV-positive/TB (& God knows what other nasty diseases) gob all over the hapless person behind, in front of and next to him.
The rain fell harder, splattering the stone, and the wind whistled through the stony corners of the terrace.
Victor, from Mexico, has yet to get the right amount of pressure on the syringe for the lentils; during his first few days he often presses too hard, splattering those nearest him with olive green batter.