|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Dash.
2. (a.) Bold; spirited; showy.
Dashing (3 Occurrences)
Mark 4:37 But a heavy squall came on, and the waves were now dashing into the boat, so that it was fast filling. (WEY)
Judges 5:22 Then the horse hoofs stamped because of the prancings, the prancings of their strong ones. (See NAS)
Judges 7:19 And Gideon cometh -- and the hundred men who 'are' with him -- into the extremity of the camp, 'at' the beginning of the middle watch (it hath only just confirmed the watchmen), and they blow with trumpets -- dashing in pieces also the pitchers which 'are' in their hand; (YLT)