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splatter
American English: /ˈsplædər/
British English: /ˈsplatə/

transitive or intransitive verb

  • spatter 1, → spatter 2
    Example sentences
    • ‘Hey’, she said as she slapped his hand that was holding the straw, making it come out and splatter her with Caramel thick shake.
    • Her face was splattered with specks of mud and dirt, and beads of sweat were forming on her hairline.
    • Just as I helped R. into the stylist's chair the heavens opened up and sheets of rain descended with liquid force, splattering the windows and instantly flooding the parking lot.

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