Definition of Splatched
1. splatch [v] - See also: splatch
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Splatched
Literary usage of Splatched
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Birds of America by John James Audubon (1840)
"The female lays four or five eggs, of a dull white colour, splatched with brown and black, with a very hard, smooth shell. ..."
2. The Mentor (1894)
"The splatched leaves of the shade-trees, dropped one by one, with many a twirling flirt, to billow the galleys and to be crushed and powdered under prosaic ..."
3. From Tokyo to Tiflis: Uncensored Letters from the War by Fred Arthur McKenzie (1905)
"Innumerable little splatched and dented oblongs of white metal lay around, bullets that had been poured on the place. Now we were out on a slope just above, ..."
4. The Bulletin of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia by Geographical Society of Philadelphia (1922)
"Some of it, considered especially delectable, had reached a ripe and virile age and was splatched with green mould. What a feast for the flies! ..."