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splatter up (something)

1. To splash or spatter up the length of something. Mud splattered up my pantlegs during the hike. The storm kept getting worse, and huge roiling waves splattered up the sides of the cliffs.
2. To cause some liquid splash or spatter up the length of something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "splatter" and "up." Be careful out there—you're splattering mud up the side of the house! The bacon splattered grease up the wall behind the stove as it cooked in the pan.
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splatter someone or something up

to cover someone or something with drops of a liquid. The painter splattered his coworker up with both red and blue. Don't splatter up the wall!
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Combining a splatter effect design with contemporary wood, the Ines collection by Oliver Bonas includes a cake stand,PS29, salad bowl, PS16, platter, PS22, and cheese board, PS18.
Well be cheering for the Vasquez family and Splatter to compete hard and hopefully win this exciting competition.
Knocking down the splatters later will greatly increase the area that the mix covers.
I focused the lesson on the principles of design to give students a goal for their paintings and as a means to control the chaos of splatter painting.
The latter is a problem because weld splatter is excessive in a predictable path.
Little did I imagine that I would beat out Dustin Hoffman for an acting role on a daytime soap, swim with Esther Williams on CBS's first color broadcast, teach Barbra Streisand the lindy for The Way We Were, splatter a rotten tomato on Debbie Reynolds's face in The Unsinkable Molly Brown, dine in the south of France with Orson Welles and Marlene Dietrich, or collect a Tony Award for co-directing a musical--Jerome Robbins' Broadway--with Jerome Robbins.
When cattle are incapacitated with pneumatic air stunners just before they're slaughtered, powerful blasts of air are injected into their brains: That can splatter brain tissue throughout the carcass, we revealed in our July/August 1997 cover story ("Mad About BSE").
The spill looks accidental upon their chest & eyes a splash of deepest maroon a splatter, a delicacy that contains the wound & go on with open eyes
Helen Robinson the art teacher at the college said: "During this lesson, students created artwork using elastic bands to splatter paint, string rolling and rolling marbles through paint to create the desired eect.
On the one hand it's not quite gory enough for fans of splatter horror and, on the other, never fully develops the theme of a schoolmaster being broken by the students he is trying to teach.
According to the company, PerfectPearl assists with both cleaning and polishing, the latex-free cup offers less splatter and good flare for optimal subgingival cleaning, and the spiral grooves in the soft cup help push paste toward the tooth, reducing splatter and assisting with stain removal.
Summary: Anti-government protesters are donating their own blood as part of a plan to splatter the Thai government headquarters.
Washington, October 9 (ANI): In a new study, scientists used advances in DNA sequencing technology to determine that the bug splatter on a car's windshield may be a treasure trove of genomic biodiversity.
Presaging the ascension of Frankie and Annette by one year, this 1962-set farce throws Beach Party, The Three Faces of Eve, and slasher films into a blender and lets the results splatter with come-what-may loopiness.
They are joined by a pair of blindly searching women; the stage begins to fill with constantly reconfiguring duets, trios, and arching chains that splatter at the impact of the touch of a finger.