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Synonyms for splatter

Synonyms for splatter

to hurl or scatter liquid upon

to mark or soil with spots

Synonyms for splatter

the noise of something spattering or sputtering explosively

a small quantity of something moist or liquid

cause or allow (a liquid substance) to run or flow from a container

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Liven up plan sofas or beds with these fabulous splatter effect cushions by Oliver Bonas.
If you drag parallel to the joists, the knife might bridge troughs between joists, leaving some splatters untouched.
The next step was to drip, pour, and splatter paint over the entire surface of the tagboard.
Anti-government protesters are donating their own blood as part of a plan to splatter the Thai government headquarters in a symbolic sacrifice to press their demands for new elections.
Two samples of bug splatter were collected, the first after driving from Pennsylvania to Connecticut, and the second after traveling from Maine to New Brunswick, Canada.
62x39mm slugs fired from an AK-47 can splatter a watermelon, apparently depending on the melon's ripeness and other variables.
Another disadvantage of the ohmmeter method is that normally there is splatter of melt material at the top of the furnace lining.
The collection incorporates distressed textures, splatter paint and text and script writing.
He was later identified after a blood splatter was forensically analysed.
And the students even got the chance to splatter custard pies across the face of their teacher, Maggie Friswell - but they each had to pay pounds 1 for the privilege
We bought six tins of emulsion and our manager took 90 minutes to splatter us with paint to get the Roses' look.
Unlike auto-retractable syringes, SharpShield does not cause blood splatter upon activation or removal.
EMULSIONS were running high as housemates lined up to splatter Vinnie Jones with paint yesterday.
Or maybe Pollack, given the amount of splatter on display here.
Color-coded by varietal, their bold, vivid labels are awash in bright splashes of color suggesting the splatter of smashed grapes, while the light-hearted back label copy declares that "Grapes don't mind being smashed.