It was in his view 'splashy,' and would never get hold of the public.
It was a dark night, the beginning of November, wet and splashy.
But there are other things that like to feel the warm, splashy drops.
The head-sea, in little, splashy waves, began to fill my canoe.
The staining was not difficult work but the nails made it splashy and we were pretty well spotted when we finished.
A Dingy, swashy, splashy afternoon in October; a school-yard filled with a mob of riotous boys.
As residence area, it was splashy; a series of interlocked estates rather than expensive mansions packed closely together.
The sunset had become a splashy crimson affair, perhaps a bit too theatrical.
Both the Hotel Continental and the Meurice across the road are supposed to be particularly fine and "splashy."
Would make a harkangel a porkypine; speshul if you've a lamp broke, and the branches are splashy.