A slat of wood, as one in the middle of a chair back.(noun)
A smacking or splashing noise.(noun)
With a smacking or splashing noise: landed splat on the floor. (adverb)
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Use "splat" in a sentence
"This is the last week of classes so I am ending with a bang, or rather a "splat" - the class concludes with a great egg toss (one student today managed to successfully catch a raw egg with her face, much to the enjoyment of her peers) and a brief letter (abridged below) I wrote to all my students, concerning what I have learned in China this past year:"
""A broadly played clown show full of lowbrow antics, Bong's big splat is itself a sort of monster," suggests J Hoberman in the Voice, "the top grossing movie in South Korean history — and, since it surfaced at Cannes last May, festival audiences having been slurping it down like ramen ...."
"Multiple System Failure: denying death and how to 'splat'"