dash

Part of speech: verb

To throw suddenly and violently; hurl; shatter; splash.

Part of speech: verb

To sketch hastily; with off.

Part of speech: verb

To discourage; abash.

Part of speech: verb

To rush impetuously.

Part of speech: noun

A sudden onset; rush; impetuosity; spirit; display.

Part of speech: noun

A check; collision.

Part of speech: noun

A slight admixture.

Part of speech: noun

A line as a mark of punctuation, etc.

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Usage examples "dash":

  1. No I'll dash it off right here on the lib'ry table. - "Wilt Thou Torchy", Sewell Ford.
  2. By the end of the second year the building had risen thirty- five feet high- out of reach of the heavy dash and thud of the waves. - "The Boyhood of Great Inventors", A. Fraser Robertson.
  3. Dash it all, why don't they do as I do? - "The Crystal Stopper", Maurice LeBlanc.