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Splosh

verb
1.
Make a splashing sound.  Synonyms: slosh, slush, splash.
2.
Walk through mud or mire.  Synonyms: slop, slosh, splash, squelch, squish.
3.
Cause (a liquid) to spatter about, especially with force.  Synonyms: splash, sprinkle.
4.
Dash a liquid upon or against.  Synonyms: plash, spatter, splash, splatter, swash.






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"Splosh" Quotes from Famous Books



... steamed to Helles. The Turks, inconsiderate as usual, were shelling Lancashire Landing as we got ashore. Every living soul had gone to ground. Strolled up the deserted road with an air of careless indifference, hopped casually over a huge splosh of fresh blood, and crossed to Hunter-Weston's Headquarters. Had I only been my simple self, I would have out-stripped the hare for swiftness, as it was, I, as C.-in-C, had to play up to the dugouts. As Hunter-Weston ...
— Gallipoli Diary, Volume I • Ian Hamilton

... abide in the lands of Gosh; And they work all day for the sake of Splosh. For Splosh, the First, is the Nation's pride, And King of the Glugs, on his uncle's side. And they sleep at night, for the sake of rest; For their doctors say this suits them best. And they climb the trees, as a ...
— The Glugs of Gosh • C. J. Dennis



Words linked to "Splosh" :   salt, puddle, pad, dot, sound, slush around, scatter, go, plod, disperse, slosh around, squelch, dust, slog, splash, tramp, footslog, drizzle, trudge, splatter, moisten



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