A structure that protects the upper part of a vehicle from splashes of mud.(noun)
Nautical A screen on a boat to keep water from splashing onto the deck.(noun)
A board for closing a spillway or sluice.(noun)
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Use "splashboard" in a sentence
"He takes a rein in each hand; jerks and pulls at both; and dances on the splashboard with both feet (keeping his seat, of course) like the late lamented"
"Jack Cardigan had broken a splashboard, so far as one could make out, and would not be"
"Polly sat on her trunk by the splashboard; and Tilly, crowded out, rode in on one of the cart-horses, a coloured bed-quilt pinned round her waist to protect her skirts."