1. the washing away of soil or other loose material by rain
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  • Children, teens and adults channel-hop with the TV remote control, afraid to miss a single choice in their final viewing selection, flicking through the pictures and information like some sort of voluntary brain-washing session.
  • Adriana disentangled herself from the bedclothes, went to the window, and looked out into the rain-washed garden.
  • And honestly, I don't believe the general public is able to accept the truth of their own book because they have been so brain-trashed (I don't use the term brain-washed, because that means cleansed) with myths and lies as though they were truths. Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com
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  • They not only reprimanded her, but made her undergo counseling sessions -- in other words, mandatory brain-washing.
  • British journalist Edward Hunter translated the term brainwashing in his 1953 book, “Brain-Washing in Red China,” which described communist techniques for controlling the minds of nonbelievers. Could Elizabeth Smart be a victim of brainwashing?
  • All the while, the pitter-patter of beats, the abstracted swish of rain-washed streets and murmur of German voices.
  • At first all I could note were the eyes, clear as rain-washed April skies, crystal clear as some secret spring sacred to crescented Diana. The Metal Monster
  • There are also ten secondary tracks used for minor repairs, a train-wash, and a loop track and a wye.
  • If you were barmy enough to believe that the Commies really would infiltrate the corridors of power through brain-washing, then you were barmy enough to believe anything.
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