Definition of splashy
splashilyplay \ˈspla-shə-lē\ adverb
splashinessplay \ˈspla-shē-nəs\ noun
Examples of splashy in a Sentence
a splashy new restaurant that's currently the in place to go
a splashy ad for the new brand of blue jeans
Recent Examples of splashy from the Web
Lately, superstar singers have been spending their solo efforts on credibility-boosting concept albums—and outsourcing the manufacture of pure radio bait to a select group of superproducers who specialize in splashy collaborations.
Luxury hotelier Ritz-Carlton is getting into the cruise business, commissioning three new luxe vessels for a sea venture that is expected to make a splashy debut late in 2019.
Seemingly poised for a splashy B-list acting career post-Twilight, Greene's post-Cullen life hasn’t quite lived up to the hype.
The adjoining Aquatics Center offers a maze of water tube slides, a lazy river water landscape and other splashy recreation favorites.
Splashy events from publishers like EA, Bethesda, Ubisoft, and Devolver Digital highlighted countless games that were previously unknown.
Several GOP hopefuls have already jumped into the fray, some in splashy style.
Venice museums time their splashiest exhibits to coincide with the international art show and its roughly 500,000 visitors.
Markus Lüpertz has been showing his splashy German neo-expressionist paintings in Europe galleries and museums for more than 50 years.
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First Known Use of splashy
SPLASHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of splashy for English Language Learners
: having a bright or exciting quality that attracts attention or is meant to attract attention
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