What is another word for splosh?

Pronunciation: [splˈɒʃ] (IPA)

Splosh is a verb that means to splash or make a loud noise while moving through water or other liquid. Some synonyms for splosh include slosh, splash, splatter, drench, soak, saturate, and saturate. These words all convey the idea of being immersed in water or some other liquid and making a loud or messy sound while doing so. Other related verbs include swish, sluice, and gurgle, which are also used to describe movements in liquid. Whether you are talking about walking through a puddle or swimming in a pool, there are many different ways to describe the action of sploshing.

Synonyms for Splosh:

What are the hypernyms for Splosh?

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

Usage examples for Splosh

"That's high velocity," whispered Dan Dunn, as they heard the splosh of a heavy shell in rear of the British parapet, followed by a deafening explosion and a red flame.
"With Haig on the Somme"
D. H. Parry
An' Ou' Wolf he feel darie big fat Eland more bigger an heavier dan ever on his back, an he feel dat savage at Ou' Jackalse dat he had to look toder way, for fear he'd let out all his bad words Kerblob in one big splosh on darie Ou' Jackalse head.
"Old Hendrik's Tales"
Arthur Owen Vaughan
He's heir to the title, but I'm not thinkin' he'll get much o' the splosh.
"First Person Paramount"
Ambrose Pratt

Related words: water toy splosh, splosh water gun, splosh ball pool, splosh game, splosh game with ball

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