What is another word for slosh?

611 synonyms found


[ slˈɒʃ], [ slˈɒʃ], [ s_l_ˈɒ_ʃ]

Slosh is a word that typically describes the sound or motion of liquid moving around in a container or on a surface. However, there are a variety of synonyms that can be used to describe this same type of movement or sound. Some of these synonyms include splashing, swishing, sploshing, swashing, slopping, gurgling, and bubbling. These words can be used interchangeably depending on the context of the sentence, and can add creativity and variety to a piece of writing. Whether you are describing a rainy day or the sounds of a drink pouring into a glass, there are many different ways to convey the movement and sound of liquid using a variety of synonyms for slosh.

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    What are the hypernyms for Slosh?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    What are the hyponyms for Slosh?

    Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.
    • hyponyms for slosh (as verbs)

    Usage examples for Slosh

    He was tired of being moved from rented flat to rented house with his accumulated belongings, and he yearned with the "sot" New England yearning for a permanent home, a roof-tree that he could call his own, a patch of earth in which he could "slosh around," with no landlord to importune for grudging repairs.
    "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions"
    Slason Thompson
    I don't believe he would be much more shocked than the college man who finds, at the conclusion of a glorious four-year slosh in fame, that he is really just about to begin life, and that the first thing he must learn is to keep out from under foot and say "Yes, sir," when the boss barks at him.
    "At Good Old Siwash"
    George Fitch
    She was sure the night would certainly come when they would break into her father's Schloss, or, as her English nurse called it, her dear Papa's slosh; and she was worried that poor Onkel Col should be being snubbed up there, and without anything to put on, which would make being snubbed so much worse, for clothes did somehow comfort one.
    "Christopher and Columbus"
    Countess Elizabeth Von Arnim

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