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  • n. Plural form of splattering.


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  • She hid under cars in subterranean parking lots, her cheek resting in gritty-slick splatterings of motor oil.

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  • His piece of piss achieved with only minor attacks of indecision and Blue Peter shoe splatterings Leech quite literally hid at the back of the room.

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  • Wander through New York's Museum of Modern Art and you'll be presented with a subliminal storyline in which 20th-century art is spawned by Paul Cézanne, grows out of the cubism of Pablo Picasso and comes to maturity with the canvas-splatterings of Jackson Pollock.

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  • Turtle thought at first it was the rain that had saturated her jacket, T-shirt, and trousers, but soon realized the black blotches were splatterings of blood.

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  • Shoving things down their throats, mindless of crumbs and sauces oozing down their many chins, showering innocent passers-by with their greasy splatterings.

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  • There's a ruthlessness to Harrison's imaginings that is far more unsettling than the ostentatious splatterings of so many writers whose books get put on the "Horror" shelves of bookstores.

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  • At first there were only a few splatterings of rain, but within moments we were faced with a genuine downpour.

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  • Pierre Anthon yelled, wiping splatterings of plum from his arm.


  • However, the sudden squalls of wind rocked the machine dangerously and splatterings; of heavy raindrops rattled against the windshield.

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  • On the side dangled a banner that looked worn for the wear with mud splatterings and frayed edges; it read:



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