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- n. An irregular-shaped splash or smear (of liquid)
- v. To make a splodge
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A variant of splotch.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an irregularly shaped spot
Sorry, no etymologies found.
They run and run to the forester in purveyor, a pathfinder diverges and they splodge; Both TBC and the other characteristics headache for the forester by different ropes.
In reality, though that may sound like a good idea to the people who have previously brought us Stéphane Guivarc'h, Jon Dahl Tomasson, Carl Cort and Michael Owen, the fact is Chris Hughton is not the sort of gaffer to splodge a fortune on one big name of dubious current value.
In practice, of course, this results in a little leisure splodge in the midst of massive new housing developments, which are such a money spinners for nulabia, and which inevitably result in the loss of substantial amounts of the peoples 'green space.
Melt a decent splodge of butter in a nonstick pan, and then add some minced garlic.
His being all razdraz had given him some gigantic strength, and Dim and Pete had got out through the window, but Georgie had tripped on the carpet and then brought this terrible swinging iron bar crack and splodge on the gulliver, and that was the end of traitorous Georgie.
Sam stares at the yellow-white splodge on the glass and squeals, jumping up and down in his pyjamas, dribble trickling down his front.
Summer for me is a bowlful of pappa al pomodoro, made using fresh tomatoes and basil; a green minestrone with a splodge of homemade pesto; aubergines baked in the oven with crème fraîche and herbs.
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But, tell me this; what's that flesh-colored splodge on the back of the couch, above his hand with the remote?
Gotta be JDM, its the splodge of hair that makes me think so: P