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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of splodge.


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  • A woman who'd got on before the crush and had a seat did the whole beauty routine - took heated rollers out, cleansing, make-up - somehow managed to get eye liner and mascara on without splodging, must have taken years of practice and knowing exactly where the carriage lurches happened.

    "What to Wear on Airplanes" - A Dress A Day

  • By the time she was ready to leave, the day had hardly lightened but there was no rain except for a few heavy drops splodging the pavement.

    The Murder Room

  • There are many grades of patronage: that from people who ought to know better, and which is always bitterly resented by any one of spirit; while that of the big splodging ignoramus who doesn't know any better, to any one possessed of a sense of humour, is indescribably amusing.

    Some Everyday Folk and Dawn

  • 'Lots of gold buttons,' continued that exasperating boy, splodging them about in great abundance; 'and black eyebrows, and a red nose.

    Chatterbox, 1906


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