Noun(1) the noise of something spattering or sputtering explosively(2) the act of splashing a (liquid
Verb(1) dash a liquid upon or against(2) rain gently(3) spot, splash, or soil
(1) The spatter of rain pounded on the windows of what seemed like a apartment loft of some kind.(2) there was a spatter of freckles over her nose(3) A spatter of bullets told Hoffman of the attempted attack.(4) Anyway, there was a spatter of water just pouring off this lip.(5) She stood at the water's edge and felt a spatter hit her face.(6) Both he and the vehicle bore orangish spatter marks.(7) I rolled to the side and I coughed, and I saw a small spatter of blood fall to the floor.(8) she stood clear of the spatter of water that came off the steps(9) the sharp spatter of shots(10) Black walls are patterned with a brown spatter of knots.(11) Not a tired old coulis swiggle or powdery spatter among the lot.(12) The blood spatter was even more horrible than before.(13) she watched the raindrops spatter down(14) It was a breathable atmosphere but cold and wet, thanks to the spatter of rainfall against the canopy.(15) It glinted in the sunlight, sending a bright spatter of colour over the cement.(16) This will cause the paint to spatter on the surface.
2. sputter ::
3. splash ::
4. bespatter ::
5. sprinkle ::
6. plash ::
Different Formsspatter, spattered, spattering, spatters
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