To splash (someone or something) with small droplets.
“When my wet chihuahua shook himself, I was spattered with smelly water.”
To cover, or lie upon (something) by having been scattered, as if by splashing.
To distribute (a liquid) by sprinkling; to sprinkle around.
“to spatter blood”
To send out or disperse (something) as if in droplets.
To send out small droplets; to splash in small droplets (on or against something).
“Make sure the pieces of fish are dry before you put them into the hot oil so that it doesn’t spatter.”
To injure by aspersion; to defame.
A spray or shower of droplets hitting a surface.
A spot or spots of a substance spattered on a surface.
“There was what looked like a spatter of blood on one wall.”
The sound of droplets hitting a surface.
A burst or series of sounds resembling the sound of droplets hitting a surface.
A collection of objects scattered like droplets splashed onto a surface.
An uneven shape or mess created by something dispersing on impact.
“He had a hard time cleaning up the paint splatters on the carpet.”
A genre of gory horror.
“splatter film; splatter movie”
To splash; to scatter; to land or strike in an uneven, distributed mess.
“The drink splattered all over me, the table, and the floor when I knocked it over.”
To cause (something) to splatter.
“He splattered paint onto the wall.”
To spatter (something or somebody).