verb. ['ˈsplæʃ'] cause (a liquid) to spatter about, especially with force.
Words that Rhyme with Splash
Example sentences of the word splash
1. Noun, singular or mass
There is a splash pan that goes around the wheel to catch water and clay as it spins.
Mount the splash shield and a new hub on the knuckle while sliding the axle shaft through the hub.
3. Verb, base form
A hard rain may also cause dirt to splash up onto the fence from the ground.
Quotes containing the word splash
1. There are people who can achieve huge success in life, while adding a bit of fun and a splash of colour to this increasingly grey world.
- Peter James
2. We lead our lives like water flowing down a hill, going more or less in one direction until we splash into something that forces us to find a new course.
- Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha
3. why can't you see i'm a kid', said the kid.Why try to make me like you?Why are you hurt when I don't cuddle?Why do you sigh when I splash through a puddle?Why do you scream when I do what I did?Im a kid.
- Shel Silverstein, Falling Up
noun. ['ˈsplæʃ'] the sound like water splashing.
verb. ['ˈsplæʃ'] walk through mud or mire.
- be born
verb. ['ˈsplæʃ'] mark or overlay with patches of contrasting color or texture; cause to appear splashed or spattered.
verb. ['ˈsplæʃ'] dash a liquid upon or against.
- slush around
- slosh around
noun. ['ˈsplæʃ'] a patch of bright color.
verb. ['ˈsplæʃ'] soil or stain with a splashed liquid.
noun. ['ˈsplæʃ'] the act of splashing a (liquid) substance on a surface.
- stay in place
noun. ['ˈsplæʃ'] a prominent or sensational but short-lived news event.
- hurly burly
verb. ['ˈsplæʃ'] strike and dash about in a liquid.