Part of speech: adjective


Part of speech: verb

To splash.

Part of speech: noun

A splash; small pool.

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Usage examples "plash":

  1. But there were breaks in the clouds over the sea, through which, the air being filled with vapour, I could see the long lines of the sun- rays descending on the waters like rain- so like a rain of light that the water seemed to plash up in light under their fall. - "The Seaboard Parish Volume 1", George MacDonald.
  2. The plash of it was very soothing, but I was so tired and drooping that at one moment it sounded much further than at the next. - "On Something", H. Belloc.
  3. She had evidently been elsewhere as well as to Plash; no doubt she had been to the vicarage- she was capable even of that. - "A London Life; The Patagonia; The Liar; Mrs. Temperly", Henry James.