Synonyms of 'splash'
A lot of people were in the water, splashing about.
He closed his eyes tight, and splashed the water on his face.
He began by scattering seed and putting in plants.
They were showered with rice in the traditional manner.
A shower of seeds sprayed into the air and fell on the grass.
Cheese can be sprinkled on egg and vegetable dishes.
Someone has been spreading rumours about us.
Wet the fabric with a damp sponge before ironing.
By the end, bodies were strewn all around the headquarters building.
Its linings were simply squirted with oil.
A little cognac slopped over the edge of the glass.
The water sloshed around the bridge.
The carpet was splashed with beer stains.
waves splashing against the side of the boat
I would sit alone and listen to the splash of water on the rocks.
Add a splash of lemon juice to flavour the butter.
splashes of colour
On their first day, they handed their editor a front-page splash.
splashes of ink over a glowing white surface
idiom:make a splash
phrasal verbsplash out
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An article is a piece of writing that is published in a newspaper or magazine.
a newspaper article
To batter someone means to hit them many times, using fists or a heavy object.
He battered her around the head.
beat the living daylights out of
lay one on (slang)
beat or knock seven bells out of (informal)
Thesaurus for splash from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you splash about or splash around in water, you hit or disturb the water in a noisy way, causing some of it to fly up into the air .