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Blood spatter was reportedly found on the bed, and a Playboy magazine alongside it.

His pictures are uncrowded, with some details suggested by the simplest of gestures, such as quick spatters that represent flowers.

High sides catch the spatter--you can shallow-fry in a few inches of oil in one of these.

Yells of pain mingled with the tumult that drowned the ragged, ineffective spatter of firing from the war-fleet.

And faint across the creek, the road, and the fields lay the pondy smell of spatter-docks.

The rain had begun to spatter the deck beneath them and the cool wind was working its own will with their garments.

Instantly, too, three others spoke, aimed at her flash and she heard the spatter of lead against stone nearby.

With one quick jerk, he raised his rifle, and a vivid spatter of fire followed.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spatter, such as: daub, mottle, smudge, speckle, bespatter, and bestrew.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.