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Don't splash water on me; I've got my best shirt onThe little boy was throwing rocks into the water to watch the splash.

Don't splash water on me; I've got my best shirt on.

I was really sleepy, but after I splashed some cold water on my face I felt quite refreshed.

She got splashed with water by a bus as it drove through a large puddle.

The diver did a perfect back flip off the 10 meter board, and entered the water with hardly a splash.

If you try to splash me, I'll get out of the lake.

The children were laughing and splashing each other in the swimming pool.

Some paint splashed onto the floor when I was doing the ceiling.

He got a splash of acid in his eye during chemistry class and had to be taken to the clinic.

We heard a loud splash and turned to see that my little brother had fallen off the dock into the lake.

We put a splash of Grand Marnier on the ice-cream as a special treat.

The kids were taking turns jumping off the diving board, trying to see who could make the biggest splash.

Dressed in her bright red raincoat and yellow boots, the little girl was like a splash of color on a gray, wet day.

The wedding of the Prince and Princess was splashed over the covers of every magazine in the store.

The newspapers splashed news of the murder all over their front pages.

Sally Shannon once suggested that nagging guilt is like gray paint splashed over life's sparkling moments.

Find someone who has had a contest with friends to see who could make the biggest splash in the swimming pool.

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