Meaning: patterned by having color applied with sweeping strokes; "brown iris...slashed with yellow"- Willa Cather
Meaning: having long and narrow ornamental cuts showing an underlying fabric; "a slashed doublet"; "slashed cuffs showing the scarlet lining"
The arms had been slashed with sabre cuts.
"Green's grass!" he grumbled, and slashed another.
The agent took out his big clasp knife and recklessly slashed one of them open.
The murdered sentries had each had a saltire cross slashed across their brows, as by a hunting-knife.
He cut and he slashed, and heads and arms and legs rolled off as quick as lightning, one after the other.
Black and bitter were the thoughts of Frenchmen when they saw this weal of dishonour slashed across the fair face of their country.
They slashed away for over half an hour, cutting each other terribly, and then their backers stopped them for fear of fatal results.
Instantly, Harrington slashed out from the middle of the board with one of his heavy-duty, all-purpose pieces and took a piece, then moved again.
He saw the bed, and on the mattress that young man, bleeding, white with a waxen whiteness, with closed eyes and gaping mouth, and pallid lips, stripped to the waist, slashed all over with crimson wounds, motionless and brilliantly lighted up.