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splash

noun

splash

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of splash

  1. 1 to cause (something liquid or mushy) to move along in sheets rowdy teenagers splashing water at each other in the community pool Synonyms dash, slop, slosh, spatter, swash Related Words dabble, lap, plash, wash; spray, sprinkle, spritz; squirt

  2. 2 to wet or soil by striking with something liquid or mushy the bus splashed us as it barrelled through the puddles Synonyms bespatter, dash, plash, spatter, splatter Related Words drench, drown, impregnate, saturate, soak, sop, souse, steep; bathe, douse (also dowse), wash, water; slop, slush, spray, sprinkle, squirt

  3. 3 to flow along or against water constantly splashing the wooden pilings eventually weakened them Synonyms bathe, lap, lave, lip, washRelated Words bubble, gurgle, plash, ripple, slosh

  4. 4 to flow in a broken irregular stream the spilled juice splashed over the counter and onto the floor Synonyms bubble, dribble, guggle, lap, plash, ripple, gurgle, trickle, washRelated Words eddy, purl, swirl; swash, swish, swoosh, whish; drip, drop; gush, jet, rush, spew, spout, spurt, squirtNear Antonyms runAntonyms pour, roll, stream

  5. 5 to move with a splashing motion a baby splashing about in the tub Synonyms lap, plash, slosh, swashRelated Words babble, bubble, gurgle, ripple



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