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Splash vs. Plash

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Splashnoun

(onomatopoeia) The sound made by an object hitting a liquid.

‘I heard a splash when the rock landed in the pond.’;

Plashnoun

A small pool of standing water; a puddle.

Splashnoun

A small amount of liquid.

‘I felt a splash of rain, so I put up my hood.’; ‘I felt a splash of water on my leg as the car drove into the nearby puddle.’;

Plashnoun

A splash, or the sound made by a splash.

Splashnoun

A small amount (of color).

‘The painter put a splash of blue on the wall to make it more colorful’;

Plashnoun

A sudden downpour.

Splashnoun

A mark or stain made from a small amount of liquid.

‘There was a visible splash on his pants after he went to the bathroom.’;

Plashnoun

The branch of a tree partly cut or bent, and bound to, or intertwined with, other branches.

Splashnoun

An impact or impression.

‘The new movie made quite a splash upon its release.’;

Plashverb

(intransitive) To splash.

Splashnoun

A splash screen.

Plashverb

(transitive) To cause a splash.

Splashnoun

(wrestling) A body press; a move where the wrestler jumps forward from a raised platform such as the top turnbuckle, landing stomach first across an opponent lying on the ground below.

Plashverb

(transitive) To splash or sprinkle with colouring matter.

‘to plash a wall in imitation of granite’;

Splashnoun

(dated) A cosmetic powder for the complexion.

Plashverb

(transitive) To cut partly, or to bend and intertwine the branches of.

Splashverb

To hit or agitate liquid so that part of it separates from the principal liquid mass.

‘sit and splash in the bathtub’;

Plashverb

(transitive) To bend down a bough (in order to pick fruit from it).

Splashverb

To disperse a fluid suddenly; to splatter.

‘water splashed everywhere’;

Plashnoun

A small pool of standing water; a puddle.

Splashverb

(transitive) to hit or expel liquid at

‘The children were splashing each other playfully in the sea.’; ‘When she comes in the door, splash her with perfume.’;

Plashnoun

A dash of water; a splash.

Splashverb

To create an impact or impression; to print, post or publicize prominently.

‘The headline was splashed across newspapers everywhere.’;

Plashnoun

The branch of a tree partly cut or bent, and bound to, or intertwined with, other branches.

Splashverb

(transitive) To spend (money)

‘After pay day I can afford to splash some cash and buy myself a motorbike.’;

Plashverb

To dabble in water; to splash.

‘Far below him plashed the waters.’;

Splashverb

To launch a ship.

Plashverb

To splash, as water.

Splashverb

To stab (a person), causing them to bleed.

Plashverb

To splash or sprinkle with coloring matter; as, to plash a wall in imitation of granite.

Splashverb

To strike and dash about, as water, mud, etc.; to plash.

Plashverb

To cut partly, or to bend and intertwine the branches of; as, to plash a hedge.

Splashverb

To spatter water, mud, etc., upon; to wet.

Plashnoun

the sound like water splashing

Splashverb

To strike and dash about water, mud, etc.; to dash in such a way as to spatter.

Plashverb

interlace the shoots of;

‘pleach a hedge’;

Splashnoun

Water, or water and dirt, thrown upon anything, or thrown from a puddle or the like; also, a spot or daub, as of matter which wets or disfigures.

Plashverb

dash a liquid upon or against;

‘The mother splashed the baby's face with water’;

Splashnoun

A noise made by striking upon or in a liquid.

Splashnoun

the sound like water splashing

Splashnoun

a small quantity of something moist or soft;

‘a dab of paint’; ‘a splatter of mud’;

Splashnoun

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

Splashnoun

the act of scattering water about haphazardly

Splashverb

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

‘She splashed the water around her’;

Splashverb

walk through mud or mire;

‘We had to splosh across the wet meadow’;

Splashverb

dash a liquid upon or against;

‘The mother splashed the baby's face with water’;

Splashverb

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

‘The mountain was splashed with snow’;

Splashverb

make a splashing sound;

‘water was splashing on the floor’;

Splashverb

soil or stain with a splashed liquid

Splashverb

strike and dash about in a liquid;

‘The boys splashed around in the pool’;

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