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Noun
A sound made by something striking or falling into liquid
“The shout was answered, and in a few moments I heard the splash of oars in the water.”
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A small quantity or patch of liquid or color on a surface
“At the mention of Frank's name, Serene spilled a splash of wine on the bar.”
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A small quantity of something, especially liquid
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“Season with salt and pepper and give the mix a splash of Tabasco.”
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An activity in a watery environment, such as swimming
“In Natal, he could breathe some fresh air, see some greenery and wildlife, and go for a splash in the river.”
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A prominent or sensational news feature or story
“But the front page splash was all about how he had changed his tune on a few key issues.”
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A notable impact or impression
“This Romanian-born designer made quite a splash with her recent guerilla fashion show in a Paris metro station.”
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An impressively large or varied display of something
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The breaking of waves on a shore
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The state or condition of being grandiose
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A small pool of water, usually on a path or road
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The sound of liquid splashing or gurgling
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A disorderly outburst, disturbance, commotion, or tumult
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A colourful show or display, as in a pageant
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Splat or plop
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A sudden or brief manifestation or occurrence of something
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Flair, zest, or vitality
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The state or quality of being infamous
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The subjugation and assumption of control of a place or people by military force
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The large body of salt water that covers most of the earth
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Liquid that is blown or driven through the air in the form of tiny drops
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A thing that can be heard
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Verb
To make wet by splashing
“Many of the villagers, especially the young folk, go to a neighboring brook and splash each other with water, shouting noisily.”
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(of liquid) To strike or fall on something in irregular drops
“Every time it rained, the raindrops would splash on top of the individual concrete squares.”
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To flow in a stream
“Katharine sat curled up on the bench way into the early morning hours, watching the waves splash along the shore.”
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To move around actively in a body of water
“Three doves will fly up, beautiful maidens, daughters of the tsar. They will untie their wings, take off their dresses, and splash about in the pond.”
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To publish a (typically sensational) story or photograph prominently
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“Newspapers would splash his picture all over their front pages, along with his impassioned plea.”
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To fall or let fall in drops
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To wash something by rinsing or flooding with water
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To flow or move in a stream
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Struggle or stagger clumsily in mud or water
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To cause to be dirty or soiled
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To throw or launch something in a given direction
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To spend or invest (a lot of) money
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Wave
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Make a performance of
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Move through the water in a boat using a paddle or paddles
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Press for political action
Adjective
Worth paying attention to
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