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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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If you, the consumer, are suggestible enough to buy a particular brand of aftershave just because a footballer sploshed it round his cheeks on a billboard, you should take a long hard look at your own malleability.
Charlie Brooker: Why idolise footballers? It's like living in a world where half of us worship shire horses 2011
Au wuz gladd wenn teh recubbery began Ncludin sum wai tu cleanz teh brainz after they sploshed all ober.
Engage tiny attack mode! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger? 2009
I sploshed through its depths with my shoes on like a little child.
People on "Real Sex" on HBO said so right before they sploshed.
Charles Karel Bouley: Why I Don't Care About Edward's Affair 2008
You know how excruciating it is to have to wait for so long, get rebutted for not being understanding and have the ugly truth sploshed in your face like a bucketful of ice cubes.
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After being so unceremoniously stolen, the pregnancy kit was then passed on like some urine-sploshed baton to a gambling site.
The opposite bank was very low, and was fringed in summer with great masses of reeds and bulrushes, now withered down nearly to nothing, but still showing the pocket of deep water where the jack had "sploshed like a sack o 'taters."
The Yeoman Adventurer George W. Gough
Lovely iridescent wings all sploshed down in sticky stuff.
Captivity M. Leonora Eyles 1924
"I shall want some dry socks for lunch," he muttered, as he sploshed off to the tee.
The Holiday Round 1919
Back he sploshed-splashed into the well-water, getting all wet.
Bully and Bawly No-Tail Howard Roger Garis 1917
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