|a spatter, act or sound of splattering; amount splattered, splash, scatter in drops; mark with scattered drops of a liquid; cause to spatter; make a spattering sound||splatter|
|absent-minded, daydreaming; scatter-brained, daydreaming; wool collecting||woolgathering|
|act of falling from something, cause or allow something to fall out of a container (especially unintentionally); scatter; shed blood; cause to fall, tumble; reveal, divulge (Informal), come out of confined space, fall off something, flow from container...||spill|
|act of spattering, come out in drops, defame, droplet of something spattered, scatter in droplets, small amount, spattering sound, splash or scatter in small drops, sprinkle, spot, spray; send out small drops, splash with liquid, splashing or scatterin...||spatter|
|act of sprinkling, distribute small amounts of, give out in small amounts, light rain, light rain; small amount, handful, rain very slightly, scatter or be scattered throughout things, disperse; spray; fall lightly, drizzle (about rain), sugar particle...||sprinkle|
|act of winnowing; device for winnowing grain, examine something to remove bad parts, process of winnowing, separate the grain from the chaff; separate the good from the bad; blow through; scatter; blow over; sift through, select the desirable parts, us...||winnow|
|add salt, season with salt; preserve in salt; scatter salt; spice up, make lively; fraudulently place expensive minerals within a mine to make the mine appear valuable, add zest to something, containing or associated with salt water, containing salt, c...||salt|
|add sand to something, area of sand, brownish yellow, determination, fill with sand, fine grains of rock; beach, area covered primarily with sand, material made of tiny grains, of the color of sand, particles in hourglass, scatter sand; cover with sand...||sand|
|adult female animal, adult female hog, mature female pig, channel for molten iron, hardened iron, introduce an idea, plant seed, plant seeds; scatter, disperse, spread thickly||sow|
|any of a number of plants in the balsam family having beautiful flowers and seed pods which burst open and scatter seeds when touched, busy Lizzie, low-growing many-flowered garden plant||impatiens|
|assail somebody or something, baseball warmup routine, capsicum, hollow vegetable, make something lively, pepper game, plant with berries, plant with edible pods, pungent condiments, season with pepper; add pepper, seasoning, sprinkle something around,...||pepper|
|be on television or radio, for broadcasting on television or radio, make something widely known, program, scatter seed, scattered widely, scattering seed, sent to or over a broad area, transmitted, aired, announced, publicized, transmission, dispatch, ...||broadcast|
|be scattered over something, scatter things, disperse||bestrew|
|break ranks, occur, quarrel, waste, residue; disperse, scatter; quarrel, disagree||fall out|
|break up the larger parts by passing through a sieve; sprinkle, scatter, disperse; examine with great care, investigate; be filtered, be sieved, pass through, scatter something, separate particles, take something out||sift|
|breeding stallion, cleat, earring, establishment with stallions, fastener for a shirt, furnish with studs, construct using studs; set with studs; set or scatter over a surface; be scattered over a surface or expanse, group of stallions, headless bolt, ...||stud|
|cause to diminish, scatter, spread out; be scattered, waste||dissipate|
|cause to disappear, distribute, distribute evenly, scatter, send out; be scattered, separate into colors||disperse|
|cause to flow, division in hair, get rid of, large open building, lose accidentally, lose naturally, part hair, pour, cause a liquid to flow; let fall; strip, remove; scatter, spread; radiate, emit; repel; discard, repel or be repelled, small building,...||shed|
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