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    1. They were splashing their way thru between north and east island of Sinbara

    2. Splashing cold water on my face in an attempt to perk myself up, I prepare to meet the day

    3. "No, there's another thing you should know," she said, splashing thru the toes of the surf where it ran up the sand

    4. A leese wasn't smart enough to pick and choose it's prey, it hears the splashing, it goes to that wallow, as simple as that

    5. We sit in silence, the lapping of the water splashing against the side of the boat loud in the darkness

    6. I ran into the water; shouting, laughing, carefree, splashing forward till the bank sloped away and felled me like a tree into deeper water, happy with the shock of it all

    7. avoid both the water and the possibility of curry sauce splashing his

    8. Roman could hear the waves splashing

    9. Even with the starlit sky and the gentle splashing of waves coming through

    10. Here it was about play, and the picture showed a group of people in kayaks passing bottles of yaag and grabbing for each other’s paddles and splashing

    1. They were already turning into the Ungor arm and the majestic mountains splashed with snow were visible in the companion's ruddy light

    2. He splashed into the water and the other dragons laughed at him

    3. automotive empire splashed disconsolately towards the rear of the vehicle, depressed

    4. Colours splashed across the walls

    5. The driver of this last example of a long since fallen British automotive empire splashed disconsolately towards the rear of the vehicle, depressed the already sticking boot release with the heel of his right hand, and heaved at the tailgate with his left

    6. Colours splashed across the walls

    7. They jumped and splashed at the shallow end of the pool

    8. children would laugh gleefully at them as they splashed

    9. Half a dozen ducks splashed in the shallows near a small wharf that apparently served the glasshouses nearby … there was a boy sitting on the wharf fishing … he waved as they passed

    10. Was the brush he was sitting in infecting him with poison or disease? Were there deadly diseases in the water? Much of the water had splashed over his foot, would the wound be full of worms if he survived til daylight?

    1. if he got that far before you both lost the plot … the rooms need a splash of paint but apart from that they are okay

    2. After a thoroughly enjoyable half hour, debating the relative merits of the various plants on offer, I decide to buy a rather nice little Areca palm … small and neat … just right for the middle of the table; I splash out on a pretty pot to stand it in – my reward for having made a good start at The Laurels

    3. All the dryfeet's still too scared of your hell-spawn starship to come out of the water and I'm afraid we'll hear another scream and splash any second

    4. He heard water splash just a little ways off and hoped it wasn't Desa falling into something that far from the fire

    5. A loud splash behind me, tells me that Berndt has followed me with Adamant

    6. I grabbed a bottle of water and walked out onto the balcony to splash some onto my face

    7. Then Alessandra surfaced in the bay with a loud splash and we were glad to see each other, but there was still no sign of our Alexis

    8. ' I flung the jar high into the air and watched it arc into the sea without a splash

    9. a real splash in the world, and his parents were so boring and

    10. The path she was used to taking turned off to the right outside the barracks and led down to the cove, a junction part way along leading off to the dig … but what if she went left outside the barracks? With one finger, she traced the route of the path as it wound through the marsh, concluding that it appeared to end up further along the coast at a stretch of beach shown on the map by a splash of yellow … at least she assumed that’s what it meant

    1. Bougainvillea, morning glory, hollyhocks, dusty white acanthus, all waving and grinning from everyday, ordinary tins brightened with casual splashes of paint - they just wouldn't look the same in Britain

    2. We ride along parallel with the riverside for some miles and although I do see some water birds and a few splashes which suggest the presence of fish, there is no sign of the rampant life I expect from a waterway like this

    3. I don't tend to notice most of the time, but the splashes from the shower do leave traces

    4. there was silence, the helpless splashes stopped, and Johnny’s head disappeared

    5. Further back, Chris, if this splashes on you it’s really serious

    6. We stood up and rushed past the blast wall into the other part of the trench all that was left of the two new lads was a red hot smouldering hole with a few bits of flesh and splashes of blood scattered around

    7. He couldn’t drag his eyes away from hers, examining the light grey swirls, flecks of blue and splashes of white that streaked out from her pupils

    8. There were splashes of blood on the floor, and I shudder to think what had happened in there

    9. The cabins were picked out in reds, yellows, blues and greens - swirling splashes of colour made vibrant under the sun that slanted down across the tops of the houses on the far bank

    10. The cabins were picked out in reds, yellows, blues and greens - swirling splashes of colour made vibrant under the sun that slanted down across the tops of the houses on the far bank

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    Synonyms for "splash"

    splash splashing spatter spattering splattering plash dab splatter stir splosh swash sprinkle slop slosh squelch squish slush shower drizzle fog effervescence fizz spray

    "splash" definitions

    the sound like water splashing

    a prominent or sensational but short-lived news event

    a small quantity of something moist or liquid

    a patch of bright color

    the act of splashing a (liquid) substance on a surface

    the act of scattering water about haphazardly

    cause (a liquid) to spatter about, especially with force

    walk through mud or mire

    dash a liquid upon or against

    mark or overlay with patches of contrasting color or texture; cause to appear splashed or spattered

    make a splashing sound

    soil or stain with a splashed liquid

    strike and dash about in a liquid