What is another word for slather?

179 synonyms found


[ slˈaðə], [ slˈaðə], [ s_l_ˈa_ð_ə]

The word "slather" means to cover or spread something thickly, usually implying excessiveness. Synonyms for this word include "smear," "coat," "douse," "suffocate," and "lavish." Other options might include "glob," "pile," "layer," "spread," and "slop." Each of these words has slightly different connotations, but they all convey the same message of an excessive amount or thickness of something being applied. Whether referring to food, lotion, or any other substance, using these synonyms can help add nuance and variety to your language.

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How to use "Slather" in context?

Most people use the word "slather" when they refer to covering a surface with a lot of liquid. For example, you might say to someone, "Don't slather that cream on your face; it'll make your skin feel hot and uncomfortable."

To "slather" means to pour a lot of a substance on (someone or something). For example, you might say, "I didn't know how to make the cake, so I just slathered it with frosting." This means that the cake was covered in frosting, rather than being spread evenly.

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