- 1A sudden gush, especially of saliva.More example sentences
- In a splurt of blood, the battle was suddenly over.
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- Push out with force; spit out: the rear wheels splurted gravelMore example sentences
- Now, as they're both house trained this shouldn't provide too much of a problem, except that they both seem to have developed a habit of perching on the side of their litter tray, and splurting their ‘goodness’ over the edge.
- He was splurting some inane fact about cricket pads.
- The shelf in the bathroom was littered with tins of hair spray, styling mousse, shampoo and conditioner, blobs of each of which had been splurted onto every available surface.
late 18th century: imitative.
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