Definition of Splashes

1. Noun. (plural of splash) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of splash) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Splashes

1. splash [v] - See also: splash

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Splashes

splash guard
splash out
splash page
splash pages
splash screen
splash screens
splashback
splashbacks
splashboard
splashboards
splashdown
splashdowns
splashed
splasher
splashers
splashes (current term)
splashier
splashiest
splashily
splashiness
splashinesses
splashing
splashings
splashout
splashproof
splasht
splashy
splat
splat book
splat books

Literary usage of Splashes

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1. Evaporating, Condensing and Cooling Apparatus: Explanations, Formulae, and by Eugen Hausbrand (1903)
"A. The Height to which the splashes rise when the Current of Steam acts ... The drops, bubbles and splashes are thrown up with the constant velocity, c, ..."

2. Evaporating, Condensing and Cooling Apparatus: Explanations, Formulae, and by Eugen Hausbrand (1916)
"A. The Height to which the splashes rise when the Current of Steam acts ... The drops, bubbles and splashes are thrown up with the constant velocity, c, ..."

3. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"The line of demarcation between these colors is Dot distinct, washes or splashes of gray encroaching upon the white on the sides, and varies somewhat in ..."

4. The Improvement of Rivers: A Treatise on the Methods Employed for Improving by Benjamin Franklin Thomas, David Alexander Watt (1913)
"splashes from Movable Dams.—The old-time method of navigation by "splashes" or "flashes," in which the water was stored in a pool closed by a few needles or ..."

5. The Apples of New York by Spencer Ambrose Beach, Nathaniel Ogden Booth, Orrin Morehouse Taylor (1905)
"... much darker, rather dull red with broader stripes and splashes, with flesh more yellow, mildly subacid, aromatic, richer in quality and a month or more ..."

6. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1864)
"There are also spots, splashes, marks of scrapers, &c., unavoidable in printing factories ¡ there is no means of getting rid of these, and the manufacturer ..."

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