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split shift a work shift with two or more work periods divided by longer-than-usual breaks.
split the difference to make a compromise with someone. [2 definitions]
split ticket a ballot with votes that are cast for candidates of more than one party. [2 definitions]
splitting liable to cause a split or rupture; acute. [2 definitions]
split-up a breaking up or dividing into two or more parts, groups, or the like.
split up to end a personal relationship.
sploot of a mammal, to lie flat with the front side of the body on the ground or other surface and with hind legs and sometimes front legs spread out in full length, typically done for the purpose of cooling the body.
splotch an irregularly shaped blotch, spot, or stain. [3 definitions]
splotchy marked with splotches.
splurge to spend money extravagantly or wastefully, esp. on oneself. [4 definitions]
splutter to speak rapidly and disjointedly, as in anger or confusion. [5 definitions]
spoil to ruin or detract from; make unusable or unsatisfactory. [5 definitions]
spoilable combined form of spoil.
spoilage the act of spoiling, or the condition of being spoiled. [2 definitions]
spoiled having a misguided sense that one is entitled to have one's desires and wishes gratified, resulting from overly indulgent treatment by parents or others. [3 definitions]
spoiler one that spoils. [3 definitions]
spoilsman a person who seeks or receives a share in political spoils, or who advocates the spoils system.
spoilsport a person who, by words or actions, spoils the pleasure of others.
spoils system the political practice, by the winning candidates or party in an election, of rewarding loyal or supportive persons with appointments to public office.
spoke1 past tense of speak.
spoke2 a rod or bar radiating from the center of a wheel and connected to the outer rim. [3 definitions]