- v dash a liquid upon or against
- v rain gently
- v spot, splash, or soil
The baby spattered the bib with food
- s covered with bright patches (often used in combination)
a blood-spattered room
- Drobny's overhead shots spattered all over Rosewall's end of the court.
- He's made social commentary, deadpan domestic interiors and still-life paradoxes like Staining bench, furniture manufacturer's, Vancouver, a dazzling shot of a densely spattered .
- A fourth victim, Corbett's stepdaughter, was dead in the blood-spattered kitchen, shot in the chest with a .
- John Roberts in About - News & Issues (blog)
Witnesses do not testify in our courtroom, and it is not our role to make credibility findings and construct theories of the possible ways in which Mrs. Muncey's blood could have been spattered and wiped on House's jeans,Roberts wrote.
- Caral Ni Chuilin in Belfast Newsletter
Ms NÃ ChuilÃn said: "Given the work that was done, to have paint spattered over the front of the building for purely sectarian reasons is completely unacceptable and those behind the attack have no right to do this."
- Jacques Rogge in AFP
I was a ringside doctor for five years,said Rogge, who was delighted that women's boxing was accepted into the 2012 Games on Thursday. "I was young. My shirt would often be spattered with blood as I was closest to the bout. I would come...