Definition of bespatter in English:

bespatter

Syllabification: be·spat·ter
Pronunciation: /bəˈspadər
 
/

verb

[with object]
Splash small drops of a liquid substance all over (an object or surface): his shoes were bespattered with mud
More example sentences
  • He coughed out blood and more blood bespattered us.
  • Only in some hollow of a larger tree on the sheltered side may be seen a few scattered leaves of some close-clinging creeper, or the hardy leaves of the tataramoa, bespattered with mud.
  • You were so bespattered with mud that I thought you were some old farmer.

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