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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of splodge.
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A woman who'd got on before the crush and had a seat did the whole beauty routine - took heated rollers out, cleansing, make-up - somehow managed to get eye liner and mascara on without splodging, must have taken years of practice and knowing exactly where the carriage lurches happened.
By the time she was ready to leave, the day had hardly lightened but there was no rain except for a few heavy drops splodging the pavement.
There are many grades of patronage: that from people who ought to know better, and which is always bitterly resented by any one of spirit; while that of the big splodging ignoramus who doesn't know any better, to any one possessed of a sense of humour, is indescribably amusing.
'Lots of gold buttons,' continued that exasperating boy, splodging them about in great abundance; 'and black eyebrows, and a red nose.