splosh (sploshes, present participle sploshing; past and past participle sploshed)

  1. To make a heavy splashing sound.
  2. To traverse mushy or marshy wetlands.
  3. To spill or spill over.
Related terms Noun


  1. (countable) A heavy splashing sound.
  2. (uncountable, UK, slang) Tea (the drink).
    Give us a cup of splosh, love.

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