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Adjective
Containing, soaked in, or covered in water
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Laundered
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Bathed
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Free from dirt, marks, or stains
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Having tints or hues of colors
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Pure and free from impurities
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Faded or worn, sometimes deliberately for aesthetic reasons
Verb
Past tense for to clean with water and, typically, soap or detergent
“Some households have someone come in every day whose job it is to wash the clothes.”
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Past tense for to clean or bathe oneself with soap and water
“Despite the coolness of that morning, he was ordered to wash with soap under the cold water.”
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Past tense for to clean by scrubbing or wiping
“Armed with a large rag and some Windex, I would proceed to wash the filthy windows of my apartment.”
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(with reference to a stain or dirt) Past tense for to remove or be removed by cleaning with water and detergent
“She held up his head with one hand and with the other she used the showerhead to wash some of the dirt out of his hair.”
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Past tense for to be, or cause to be, wet or waterlogged
“Heavy rain would wash the valley for days on end during the months of autumn.”
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Past tense for to move or be moved in a particular direction by water
“Despite their efforts and curses, the winds and the rogue waves wash them past any seemingly habitable islands.”
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Past tense for to flow in a stream
“Pull the plug and let it all wash down the drain.”
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(especially of waves) Past tense for to sweep or splash in a particular direction
“Look for any areas that are murky, perhaps close to in-flowing streams, or where waves wash against a shoreline.”
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Past tense for to seem true, convincing or genuine
“Giorgio's theories about ancient aliens are unlikely to wash with learned historians.”
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Past tense for to brush with a thin coat of dilute paint or ink
“The outside wall was deteriorating, and we would decide to wash it with a fresh coat of paint.”
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Past tense for to coat with a film of metal such as gold or silver
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“The ancient rulers of this land would wash their scepters with gold.”
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(wash over) Past tense for to fill or overcome (with an emotion)
“The melancholy would wash over her, and a tear or two would drip from her eye.”
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(rare) Past tense for to agitate, or mix up, a liquid
“She would absentmindedly wash her tea by tipping her cup.”
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Past tense for clean, polish thoroughly
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Past tense for to remove or alter parts considered offensive or unseemly
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Past tense for to pat lightly and quickly to clean or wipe away
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Past tense for to be sensible, coherent, reasonable
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Past tense for gradually spread through or over
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(of an action or remark) Past tense for to be accepted without scrutiny
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Past tense for to enhance the attractiveness or quality of something
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Past tense for to change an animal hide into leather by soaking it in tannic acid
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Past tense for to rush or surge through someone or something
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Past tense for to wash gravel in a pan to separate out (gold)
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Past tense for to attend to one's appearance, typically one's hair
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Past tense for to remove contaminants from
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Past tense for to move or drift along the surface of a liquid or in the air
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Past tense for embellish, decorate
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