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splodge

noun \ ˈspläj \

Definition of splodge

plural -s
chiefly British
: splotch
  • rook dropped a splodge
  • —Enid Bagnold
  • thin green splodge of slime
  • —Stephen Spender

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Origin and Etymology of splodge

probably alteration of 1splotch


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splodge

verb \ " \

Definition of splodge

-ed/-ing/-s
transitive verb
chiefly British : splotch
  • newsboys … trying to sell a few fresh-splodged violet words … that told us nothing at all
  • —H. E. Bates
intransitive verb
chiefly British : splash, slosh
  • splodged about the streets
  • —A. L. Rowse

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