slosh around


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slosh something around

to cause a liquid to rush or splash in a container. The chef sloshed the dressing around a few times and poured it on the salad. The chef sloshed around the dressing and poured it on the salad.
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slosh around

 (in something)
1. [for a liquid] to rush or splash around in an enclosure or container. The milk sloshed around in the pitcher and splashed over a little bit. The fluid sloshed around, making a splashing sound.
2. to move or splash through a liquid, usually standing on one's feet. Billy sloshed around in the wading pool. The kids have been sloshing around in puddles again.
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As molten, metallic seas slosh around its interior.
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Any movement of your head makes the fluid slosh around.
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Despite the challenges, quail hunters have it relatively easy: While grouse hunters trudge through thick briars, and pheasant shooters often slosh around in swamps, most quail hunts take place on horseback or mule-drawn wagon with the participants only stepping down to pursue a point.
Even as little as a brisk half-hour daily walk offers the same possibility of longevity as the punishing runs of those benighted souls who slosh around in the rain and sleet during mid-winter.
Normally, heat escaping from a planet's interior causes fluid in the core to slosh around, creating a magnetic field.
During the "Roll in the Quaker Instant Grits" contest, participants dive into a pool of Quaker Instant Grits and slosh around freely for 10 seconds.
In more typical mammals, males slosh around in a testosterone world, but in spotted hyenas, females get big doses of testosterone derivatives, too, starting in their mother's womb.