plash[ plash ]SEE DEFINITION OF plash
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLASH
The frozen fountains now plash, and hiss, and sparkle in the sun.
A plash, and a cry half smothered, were heard, and all was over.
Fortunately, not a plash, a crack, or a footfall disturbed the silence.
Now little John was at his play Beside the river's brink— Plash!
The plash of the oars was the only sound that broke on the ears.
The plash of a light oar was heard;—a boat touched the vessel.
I have been out in the rain—I have been to Plash—I'm decidedly damp.'
Above the plash of the waves he could hear a faint, continual rumble.
And for a while no sound but the scream and plash of a water-fowl on the opposite bank.
Naught but the plash, plash of the fountain, the distant call of the birds.