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splash out

verb
1.
(informal, mainly Brit) (adverb) often foll by on. to spend (money) freely or extravagantly (on something)
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  • Zealous workers have been known to splash out in this fashion as many as thirteen thousand logs in one season.

    Blue Ridge Country Jean Thomas
  • I tried to scull the splash out of the still water before Mr. Parasyte came up.

    Breaking Away Oliver Optic
  • She knew the exact angle at which the hair should splash out on the cheek to be stylish.

    Exit Betty Grace Livingston Hill
  • A splash out yonder, just beside the clump of arrow-shaped pickerel weed!

    The Rival Campers Ashore Ruel Perley Smith

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