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splosh (v.)

1889 [in Farmer, who calls it "A New England variant of splash"], ultimately imitative. Perhaps influenced by splish-splosh "sound made by feet walking through wet" (1881). Related: Sploshed; sploshing.

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Definitions of splosh from WordNet

splosh (v.)
make a splashing sound;
Synonyms: splash / slosh / slush
splosh (v.)
walk through mud or mire;
We had to splosh across the wet meadow
Synonyms: squelch / squish / splash / slosh / slop
splosh (v.)
cause (a liquid) to spatter about, especially with force;
Synonyms: sprinkle / splash
splosh (v.)
dash a liquid upon or against;
Synonyms: spatter / splatter / plash / splash / swash
From wordnet.princeton.edu