Definition of Splats

1. Noun. (plural of splat) ¹



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

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Splats

1. splat [v] - See also: splat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Splats

splashings
splashout
splashproof
splasht
splashy
splat
splat book
splat books
splat mat
splat mats
splatbook
splatbooks
splatch
splatched
splatches
splats (current term)
splatted
splatter
splatterday
splattered
splatterer
splatterers
splatterfest
splatterfests
splattering
splatterings
splatterproof
splatterpunk
splatters
splatterspunks

Literary usage of Splats

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... hoop-skirts) in coml reduction of the breadth in the often erroneously claimed that originated the pierced splats, vi. such an appearance* of lightness, ..."

2. Colonial Furniture in America by Luke Vincent Lockwood (1913)
"A single stile separates the two splats, which are elaborately pierced in a rather late Chippendale design. There are but two front legs, which are cabriole ..."

3. Chats on Cottage and Farmhouse Furniture by Arthur Hayden, Hugh Phillips (1912)
"Their upright posts forming the open back can be treated with vertical splats divided by horizontal divisions, or they can, as in the ladder form, ..."

4. The Lure of the Antique by Walter Alden Dyer (1910)
"splats of plain chairs .have been elaborated, making them very ornate. The carving on the splats, however, makes them thinner than those on old carved ..."

5. The Hudson-Fulton Celebration: Catalogue of an Exhibition Held in the by Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner, Henry Watson Kent, Florence Nightingale Levy (1909)
"Double curved back; two splats with oval openings and elaborate carvings in relief; each opening forms center of a cartouche with two birds whose beaks ..."

6. English Furniture Designers of the Eighteenth Century by Constance Simon (1905)
"Three-cornered chairs, with two splats and a semicircular top rail, corresponded in their ... It has an extension-top or headrest, shaped splats, ..."

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