[ UK /dˈæʃt/ ]
[ US /ˈdæʃt/ ]
  1. having gaps or spaces
    sign on the dotted line
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How To Use dashed In A Sentence

  • My daydreams of creaming him in a spit-off were instantly dashed.
  • He dashed into the burning house with reckless abandon .
  • The tide, too, which had hitherto favoured us, now turned against us and drove us to the eastward with prodigious rapidity, so that we were in great anxiety for the Wager and the Anna pink, the two sternmost vessels, fearing they would be dashed to pieces against the shore of Staten Land. Anson's Voyage Round the World The Text Reduced
  • Miss dashed off into a fine record with the youth about love and hurt.
  • Last week, a bronze-skinned buckaroo, with a flashing red neckerchief above his blue shirt, with shining leather chaparejos and crimson saddle-blanket, dashed up from a Western skyline on a snorting, piebald cow-pony.
  • He picked up speed and dashed through the ever-increasing crosswinds of sand.
  • For spouts of wild fury dashed up into the clouds; and the shore, wherever any sight of it was left, weltered in a sadly frothsome state, like the chin of a Titan with a lather-brush at work. Mary Anerley
  • On the field, the pretournament expectations were more pedestrian and luckily dashed. A Fun, Creative Germany
  • Dashed segments of the line indicate where viable seeds do not germinate at low temperatures.
  • Quickly stripping down to my underwear and bra, I dashed towards my closet.
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