splash around

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Verb1.splash around - play in or as if in water, as of small children
play - be at play; be engaged in playful activity; amuse oneself in a way characteristic of children; "The kids were playing outside all day"; "I used to play with trucks as a little girl"
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I told them it would be freezing cold and they could just go in and splash around with the water around their ankles, but they were all determined to go the whole hog.
With nothing to do but splash around during battle, Magikarp is just about the worst Pokemon to enter a tournament.
Given the track's recent water woes, Splash Around was well fancied to read the script in the mile contest and was well backed to do so at 8-15 (from evens).
com)-- The Scotland-based company, Splash Around, has launched a product sure to help customers fully enjoy their next water balloon fight.
Want to ride the world's fastest roller coaster and splash around an award-winning water park?
You never know, we might even have discovered the next Tom Daley or Rebecca Adlington as the babies splish and splash around in the water.
David Attenborough talks us through the ever changing face of the Arctic as the ice melts and a mother polar bear has to give her cubs swimming lessons, they are incredibly cute as they splash around in the freezing waters.
He was also whisked away to Center Parks for a short holiday where he was able to splash around with Max in the swimming pool despite being connected to his oxygen machine.
Duck and Frog however are happy to splash around in puddles with Arthur, sing silly songs and tell funny stories.
I don't have the money to splash around like clubs such as Dundee.
He said: "They don't just splash around - they laugh, scream, swear and make sexy noises.
Though KLRT's "Fox News at Nine" made the biggest splash around its Clear Channel headquarters last week with its solid book, interest was piqued in the market to see just how its brand-new 5 and 5:30 p.