1. split rail a rail that is split from a log
  2. sublittoral of or relating to the region of the continental shelf (between the seashore and the edge of the continental shelf) or the marine organisms situated there
  3. solitarily in solitude
  4. bilateral having two sides or parts
  5. plate rail rail or narrow shelf fixed to a wall to display plates
  6. split run a print run of a newspaper during which some articles or advertisements are changed to produce a different edition
  7. subliterary not written as or intended to be literature
  8. splitter a worker who splits fish and removes the backbone
  9. splitworm greyish-brown moth whose larva is the potato tuberworm
  10. bilaterally so as to involve two sides or parts
  11. isobilateral having identical parts on each side of an axis
  12. splattered covered with bright patches (often used in combination)
  13. obliterate remove completely from recognition or memory
  14. splatter dash a liquid upon or against
  15. splutter spit up in an explosive manner
  16. splitsville separation or breakup or divorce
  17. obliterable able to be obliterated completely
  18. ski trail trail or slope prepared for skiing
  19. splinterless resistant to shattering or splintering
  20. spelter impure zinc containing about three percent lead and other impurities (especially in the form of ingots)