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Synonyms for plash

the sound like water splashing


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interlace the shoots of

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Plash Digital Labs, which was set up in 2012, will launch an
I raised my stick and brought it down on the water with a mighty plash.
Fish farm worker Ahmad Ishaili points to one tank containing scores of large catfish, their whiskers tantalisingly close to the surface, breaking through on occasions and disappearing in a plash of bubbles.
After failing to find a buyer on the open market during the recession, Steve and Christie Goymer are offering the Plash Inn to the winner of a pounds 20-a-ticket competition.
Here are words Carl Phillips uses in his new book of poetry, Speak Low: jackdaws, shadowland, talismanic, cypress, wingbeat, plash, lightless, hoofbeat, stableboy, foxheads.
As well as various activities at the school, some of the youngsters headed for Stockton 's plash to go swimming, while others descended on Billingham Forum ice rink.
The highest rates of attrition are in the fields of special education, mathematics, and science, each of which lose 20% each year (Piotrowski & Plash, 2006; Salvador & Wilson, 2003).
The sense of loneliness was oppressive in the stillness that preceded morning, broken only by the quack or plash of the Wild Duck, and the distant honking of a train of Wild Geese winnowing their sinuous way afar .
Bamboo fountains are a charming touch - until they plash cheerfully on through quiet phrase-endings, and drain the tension from every silence.
Plash is given in the OED as two different words of related meaning (pool of water, splash of water) but unrelated etymology, ie a coincidental self-affinitive (Feb 1004), although CDE disputes the differences in origin.
A collection that critics compare to Sapphire's Plash, Johnson explores the nuances of race, class and gender.
The whole picture reverberates with the rustle and ripple and bank-caught plash of water.
The band of his admirers, now as then, remains minuscule, "partakers of the same repose" to quote from "The Next Time" "who sit together in the shade of the tree, by the plash of the fountain, with the glare of the desert round us and no great vice that I know but the habit perhaps of estimating people a little too much by what they think of a certain style"
We are extremely fortunate to have a store called Plash tools (in Cobleskill, NY) an hour or so away from us.