1slosh noun \ˈsläsh, ˈslȯsh\
: the slap or splash of liquid
— sloshy \ˈslä-shē\ adjective
Origin of SLOSH
probably blend of slop
First Known Use: 1814
Rhymes with SLOSH
: to walk through water, mud, etc., in a forceful and noisy way
of a liquid : to move in a noisy or messy way
: to cause (a liquid) to move in a noisy or messy way
: to flounder or splash through water, mud, or slush
: to move with a splashing motion <the water sloshed around him — Bill Alcine>
: to splash about in liquid
: to splash (a liquid) about or on something
: to splash with liquid
Examples of SLOSH
- The children sloshed through the big puddle.
- Water sloshed in the bottom of the boat as it rocked.
- Juice sloshed over the rim of her glass.
- The child sloshed the water in the tub.
First Known Use of SLOSH
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