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01. The little boy was throwing rocks into the water to watch the [splash].
02. Don't [splash] water on me; I've got my best shirt on.
03. I was really sleepy, but after I [splashed] some cold water on my face I felt quite refreshed.
04. She got [splashed] with water by a bus as it drove through a large puddle.
05. The diver did a perfect back flip off the 10 meter board, and entered the water with hardly a [splash].
06. If you try to [splash] me, I'll get out of the lake.
07. The children were laughing and [splashing] each other in the swimming pool.
08. Some paint [splashed] onto the floor when I was doing the ceiling.
09. He got a [splash] of acid in his eye during chemistry class and had to be taken to the clinic.
10. We heard a loud [splash] and turned to see that my little brother had fallen off the dock into the lake.
11. We put a [splash] of Grand Marnier on the ice-cream as a special treat.
12. The kids were taking turns jumping off the diving board, trying to see who could make the biggest [splash].
13. Dressed in her bright red raincoat and yellow boots, the little girl was like a [splash] of color on a gray, wet day.
14. The wedding of the Prince and Princess was [splashed] over the covers of every magazine in the store.
15. The newspapers [splashed] news of the murder all over their front pages.
16. Sally Shannon once suggested that nagging guilt is like gray paint [splashed] over life's sparkling moments.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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