adjective (1)
\ -shē, -shi\

Definition of plashy

 (Entry 1 of 2)

: abounding with pools or puddles down the steep, plashy path they poured— Rudyard Kipling : marshy plashy brink of weedy lake— W. C. Bryant the heron fishes in his plashy pool— Walter de la Mare


adjective (2)
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Definition of plashy (Entry 2 of 2)

: marked by plashes : splashing, plashing a plashy tramp by the side of the bridge caught the sensitive ear— Washington Irving

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History and Etymology for plashy

Adjective (1)

plash entry 1 + -y

Adjective (2)

plash entry 3 + -y

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