How To Use Wash. In A Sentence

  • This exposes the inquiry as a total whitewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • The hull was holed in several places and the vessel was awash.
  • Struggling to support his wife and disabled teenage son, he has taken a second job at a car wash. Times, Sunday Times
  • In Vancouver, Wash., about 700 people demonstrated against what they described as undue influence by corporations in American life. Breaking News: CBS News
  • By the time I discovered the problem, the floor was awash.
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  • The competition might not prove a total whitewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • The sink had overflowed and the kitchen floor was awash.
  • Many women made their own soap and took a pride in hanging out a white wash.
  • Scots must be singularly stupid if they are taken in by this sort of patronising cloud-cuckoo-land hogwash. Arise Nobel Laureate Salmond!
  • The combination of frontlight from the ceiling Cove and cross light from the ends of the Second Pipe makes a good, all purpose general wash.
  • If you can (and your horse will stand for you), try drying off their heels with a hair dryer on a cool setting after the once weekly wash.
  • Merely swimming harder will lower your clock time but raise your stroke count, effectively making all your gains a wash.
  • Perhaps the most important issue, however, is the possibility of causing curriculum backwash.
  • The official report into the cause of the fire was labeled a whitewash.
  • The beach itself was quite steep, and there was a very severe backwash.
  • The helicopters, which also have been used to deliver humanitarian aid to some inaccessible areas, were chosen partly because of their low rotor downwash.
  • Your jeans are in the wash.
  • I help provide clients with a fresh change of clothes after they have had a hot meal and a wash.
  • The laundry here was known affectionately as the bagwash. Dangerous Lady
  • Carpet tiles are perfect for kitchens because they're easy to take up and wash.
  • A review of the studies confirms that the formulation meets and exceeds the FDA definition of an antiseptic handwash.
  • My fine hair felt healthier and more manageable after the first wash. Times, Sunday Times
  • Before the real fun begins, discuss with the class the purpose of paper developer, stop bath, fixer and the water wash.
  • The report is a whitewash. The Sun
  • 'Is father' ad a barrer, thet were what _'is_ father did for a livelihood, an '' is mother were up afore the beaks for poppin 'shirts what she'd took in to wash. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, September 26, 1891
  • Apparently he was swept out to sea by a strong backwash.
  • Relatives dismissed the report as a whitewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • The official report on the killings has been denounced as a whitewash.
  • This is because cotton denim has residual shrinkage and will continue to shrink with each successive wash.
  • At Coggeshall fire station, firefighters and their families swapped fire hoses for car wash hoses and brushes for their sponsored car wash.
  • But to suggest the new legislation denies them their democratic rights is hogwash.
  • They fell down, hitting each other indiscriminately, knocked over the pail, and rolled about in the pigwash. Selected Polish Tales
  • Bernard, it is especially important, in the dry distillation of distiller's wash in a closed vessel, for the production of methyls, ammonia, acetates, and methylamine, that the mass shall be divided as completely as possible, since it then takes but a relatively moderate heat to completely destroy the organic coloring matter contained in the wash. Scientific American Supplement, No. 514, November 7, 1885
  • One innovation I propose is a separate handbasin for a disinfecting wash.
  • The center handling air traffic in Washington and Oregon, near Auburn, Wash., was operating on backup power.
  • Ardent bikers feel that all the action in the two-wheeler market is only an eyewash.
  • Recently a paragraph appeared in the paper columns intimating that the curious object on the hillside was ‘casting its coat,’ as it was in need of a whitewash.
  • Perhaps the most important issue, however, is the possibility of causing curriculum backwash.
  • The shampoo smell was more of a mystery as I had never seen Antonio ever give anyone a hair wash.
  • But he said in a telephone interview Sunday that the written memo ‘was hogwash.
  • Loose tiles clinked underfoot and I glimpsed spoiled frescoes which had faded, mildewed or simply disappeared under whitewash.
  • Even the hangar door needed modifications - a sturdy wooden wind post stiffens it to prevent excessive vibration caused by the massive rotor downwash.
  • James McDermott, D-Wash., the ranking Democrat on the panel.
  • Months later, in October 2002, the committee's Certain Maritime Incident report produced a whitewash.
  • Not wanting to rock the boat and maintaining momentum does not really wash. Times, Sunday Times
  • If yellow, use bleach or babybottle steriliser as prewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • And they ping back into shape after each wash. The Sun
  • His first four seasons in pro football, with the Cincinnati Bengals, had been a wash.
  • The place looked like somebody's utopia," he writes of Bellevue, Wash., a clean but characterless "boomburb" across Lake Washington from Seattle, "more a model city than an actual one, and it appeared to be inhabited by the kinds of people whom architects like to place as strolling figures in the foregrounds of watercolor sketches of their projects. An Englishman Lights Out
  • Men dig the raw material in the mountains and transport it to their homes where women apply it to the house walls as whitewash.
  • Graham, Goss and Shelby all defended Snider, with Shelby declaring he is ‘not going to be associated with any whitewash.
  • You go to the local laundromat to do your wash.In the spinning barrel full of sudsy water you load clothes of all colors: a bright red tee-shirt, blue jeans, a green bandanna.
  • She lathered her hands up with the rose smelling soap and began to wash.
  • You basically take the palm of your glove and give them a face wash.
  • You put a box in here, the apples run up a roller and this machine only sorts, it doesn't wash.
  • The male is called nix, the female nixie, the generic term for both being nicker, from a root which perhaps means ‘to wash. Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine
  • Although the waves of scandal have subsided since City Manager David Brown, faced with certain termination by the City Commission, took early retirement from his $185,000-a-year post in November, the city is struggling to ride out the backwash. Sunday Reading
  • When you line up the measures proposed by Australia, Palau and many other countries, it is clear the Commission´s proposal is nothing more than greenwash.
  • All of this talk about Hoover as a free-marketer is hogwash. Matthew Yglesias » Kevin Hassett
  • But while some of the biggest corporations in the world have promised us that they will deliver sustainable development, instead, they've delivered a mother lode of greenwash.
  • Stand aft to look down on the wake frothing up from the propeller wash.
  • The official report into the cause of the fire was labeled a whitewash.
  • Oh, it's going from bad to worse, and the real art in this conference is weasel-words, and greenwash.
  • As the bus bounced up to the shelter it occurred to him he'd forgotten to gargle the mouthwash.
  • My ears flamed, my small dark hostile eyes were awash.
  • Carpet tiles are perfect for kitchens because they're easy to take up and wash.
  • I shoved my hands into the scalding water and began to wash.
  • There will also be a heavy goods testing centre, filling station and car wash.
  • Steep profiles usually consist of a marked landward ridge, usually referred to as the berm, which forms the landward limit of wave swash.
  • But the run bonanza was another giant step for England towards their target of a 4-0 series whitewash. The Sun
  • By the time I discovered the problem, the floor was awash.
  • They spoke English, too, although a waitress in a local coffee shop did not know what ‘espresso’ meant, and I ended up with a cup of a watery Welsh wish-wash.
  • Gradually, the couple are painting the internal beams with limewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • Projected Color scheme: a medium reddish brown sienna for the hulls with a brown wash. Uncharted Seas Project: A New Fleet « Third Point of Singularity
  • Dust-laden vehicles got a new lease of life with a nice wash.
  • The silver antoninianus, which had first been coined to replace the debased denarius, was itself debased until it was made of pure copper with a thin silver wash. Superversive: Gondor, Byzantium, and Feudalism
  • There has been much shrinkage of the clothes in the wash.
  • Casts of sports trophies, a toy train, a saw, a football and a cross are some of the items embedded in the work, all of them rendered fossil-like by the lime whitewash.
  • The ‘review’ is certain to be another whitewash.
  • Dorothy Provine, 75, an actress who played the title outlaw in the film "The Bonnie Parker Story" and was the high-kicking flapper in the 1960s TV series "The Roaring 20's," died April 25 at a hospice near her home in Bremerton, Wash. Actress Dorothy Provine dies; played Bonnie Parker in film, Pinky Pinkham on TV
  • The president of Rats campaign group, Paul Dainton, welcomed the reports but said they were something of a whitewash.
  • My favourite memory of a tall ship is standing at the helm of the Lord Nelson under full sail, feeling her heel over in a stiff breeze until her port deck was awash.
  • And in any way that you might find, if you can, help We the People haul them in for questioning ... there's been a mass murder and we'd like to ask what Big Bush knew, and when, and where he disappeared to undisclosed, nine-eleven morning, from the investors group for Carlyle he was meeting with in downtown Wash. Straight from the top (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • Go and give the car a wash.
  • Your jeans are in the wash.
  • She kept picking my clean sports clothes out of the wash.
  • Clean and re-dress her and put her in her bed, then sort out our bed and put laundry in wash. The Sun
  • Save your cat the trouble of washing itself with this cat wash. Times, Sunday Times
  • Without much thought I gave my shirts, jeans, and underclothes, along with Ed's, to a young woman to wash.
  • My hydrometer told me that I had specific gravity right around 1.100, which promises a potential alcohol of 13 percent in the wash. CHASING the WHITE DOG
  • Carpet tiles are perfect for kitchens because they're easy to take up and wash.
  • Nick finishes another beer, crushes the empty can, and throws it into the backwash.
  • Premiership Rugby has been condemned for keep the findings confidential, prompting claims of a whitewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK, Wash. — An armed Iraq War veteran suspected of killing a Mount Rainier National Park ranger managed to evade snowshoe-wearing SWAT teams and dogs on his trail for nearly a day. Benjamin Colton Barnes, Iraq War Veteran Suspected Of Killing Park Ranger, Reportedly Found Dead
  • Being young, I was petrified of sitting in the car as it went through the car wash.
  • He took an extra-strength antacid tablet out of the bottle in his desk and washed it down with the watery pulpless half-rancid juice, for whatever calmative effect it might have on his acidic backwash. Underworld
  • The print was toned for 2 minutes in selenium toner, followed by a 3 minute wash, 3 minutes in hypo clearing agent, and a 1 hour wash.
  • There are no pictures, no extraneous, falderal eyewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • Another problem faced by drivers was grit and dirt being thrown up from the roads and plastering windscreens and there were even reports of motorists queuing at garages to buy screenwash.
  • Public health chiefs have blamed flu for the unexpected death of thousands of elderly people over the past year, prompting claims of a whitewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • But there was a growing backlash from supporters of the BBC who claimed Lord Hutton's report had been a whitewash.
  • The obituary was the usual nostalgic whitewash.
  • Protests also took place in Tacoma, Olympia, Yakima, Spokane and in Vancouver, Wash., where about 700 people demonstrated against what they described as undue influence by corporations in American life. The Seattle Times
  • The official report into the cause of the fire was labeled a whitewash.
  • Choose an uncarpeted room and protect the table with a cover that you can roll up and throw away or shake off outside and wash.
  • Brush the top of the pastry with eggwash. Times, Sunday Times
  • And all that hooey about what an honor it is to be nominated does not wash.
  • The official report on the killings has been denounced as a whitewash.
  • The decade of the Sixties was a time, in short, when the old foundations of national confidence, patriotic idealism, moral traditionalism, and even of historic Judaeo-Christian theism, were awash. American Grace
  • But the UK government is also taking important steps that, in the medium term, will be a powerful deterrent against greenwash.
  • Ronnie O'Sullivan admitted he had not scaled the heights against Alan McManus despite claiming a 6 - whitewash.
  • There were clean towels, a fresh, white robe hanging on the back of the door and brand new bottles of shampoo, conditioner and even body wash.
  • I decided to use the opportunity to put on a wash.
  • Liir could see the artist’s tentative first lines corrected by definitive cross-hatching in a kind of drypoint, with highlights of coffee-colored wash. Son of a Witch
  • I heard him say your name yesterday while I was giving him a wash. THE TIME QUAKE
  • The station, a double-width mobile home, stood on the bank of Wepo Wash. It also served as home for Leonard Skeet and Aileen Beno, his wife. SKINWALKERS
  • In Poulsbo, Wash., MorMor Bistro & Bar tops cheesecake with cloudberry preserves infused with Riesling wine and orange zest. Brown Cheese And Birch: Nordic Foods' Appeal Grows
  • In a desperate attempt to save the Euro, the European Central Bank recently bent the rules by buying Greek bonds on the secondary market rather than lending to the Greek government directly, but the ECB has said it would "sterilize" these purchases by withdrawing an equivalent amount of liquidity from the market, making the deal a wash. Ellen Brown: Deficit Terrorists Strike in the United Kingdom: United States of America Next?
  • A primary constituent, thymol, is the main active antiseptic ingredient in Listerine mouthwash. Dr. Patricia Fitzgerald: Obama Garden Watch II: 8 Culinary Herbs To Revitalize Your Health And Palate
  • The wind burble was - you guessed it - rotor wash.
  • My sweater shrank in the wash.
  • Some members of the team may have been particularly thorough with hand washing and used more than one actuation per hand wash.
  • Everybody who's actually seen the movie loves it and says the charge of anti-Semitism is hogwash.
  • Online forums have been deluged with complaints by expats denouncing the trial as a whitewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • Before storing, soak your mouthguard in mouthwash.
  • When developer Peter Makaus applied for a zoning change, area residents began lobbying to save the wash.
  • Place a portion of the ravioli filling in the center of six of the pasta rounds and brush the edges with egg wash.
  • Chill out with this delicious basil and lime body wash.
  • A group of residents of Spokane Valley, Wash., have a different motive for their campaign to disincorporate the city of 90,000 near the Idaho border: They want to keep their city's government from increasing taxes and fees that would finance construction of a modern downtown district. Towns Rethink Self-Reliance as Finances Worsen
  • Casey Brewer of Duvall, Wash., hired The Goat Lady LLC to clear half an acre overrun with salmonberries. Free-Range Landscaping
  • Wet the brush bristles thoroughly, and work in the shampoo or wash.
  • Protests also took place in Tacoma, Olympia, Spokane and in Vancouver, Wash., where about 700 people demonstrated against what they described as undue influence by corporations in American life. The Seattle Times
  • Inside, the narrow alleys are tight woven, winding shadily between cliff-like walls of brown mud or sparkling white lime wash.
  • Another stunner is the $750,000 SSC Ultimate Aero, a 1,287-bhp racer made by Shelby Super Cars in Tri-Cities, Wash. The World's Most Expensive Cars
  • Natural and relaxed hair should be conditioned every time you wash.
  • In the interim, carers have been going in to see her and they would certainly have offered her a wash.
  • The answer is neither because both companies are probably guilty of greenwash. Times, Sunday Times
  • Public Service Announcement: Remember, folks, always preshrink any fabrics you intend to wash. Oh, yes you can. If you want to. (First in a series of exhortations to sew.) - A Dress A Day
  • Reservation of screens should not end up being just an eyewash.
  • The emerging issue though, is ensuring some of those already held are not lost in the post-Tampa backwash.
  • The additions of Edgardo Alfonzo, Ray Durham, Jose Cruz Jr. and Marquis Grissom likely will amount to a wash.
  • A chocolate nut upside-down cake was the request of Teresa Ipock of Longview, Wash.
  • My hair was silkier, shinier and softer after the first wash. Times, Sunday Times
  • When using a hardening fixer the emulsion is made more resistant to scratching which again will prevent reticulation on the final wash.
  • Abbey took her time in the shower and used her favorite scented body wash.
  • The lawsuits, marketing guidelines and the self-policing nature of the industry have been effective at curbing blatant greenwash.
  • Never mix insecticides in ordinary lime whitewash.
  • By lunch, I was feeling better, but a good chunk of the morning was a bit of a wash.
  • Both agree the report was essentially a whitewash.
  • The explanation that no one could have foreseen the credit crunch won't wash. Times, Sunday Times
  • You'll want to buy a quality color-free and fragrance-free moisturizer to apply after every wash.
  • The bathroom floor was awash.
  • I personally enjoy baiting deer, on our property in the northern lower peninsula we have trail cam photo's of some pretty respectable bucks, for the area, coming to feed between 11: 00am and 2: 00pm everyday on the bait pile, so the claim that deer don't move during daylight when baited is HOGWASH. Seven Reasons to Stop Baiting Whitetails Now
  • It was left to Vaughan and Andrew Strauss to calmly complete the victory by adding the 46 runs required to complete victory and keep England on course for a series whitewash.
  • Then I found out that under the three-storey high arch around the apse inside the church was a beautiful mural, but covered with whitewash.
  • For the third coat, which you will sponge onto the wall, you can pick either a colour glaze paint or a ready-made colour wash.
  • With a fan at the base of the cabinet, warm air is directed at the dogs inside, gently drying them for 30 minutes after their wash.
  • When used for the sort of times that might be useful, even at high dilutions, it causes the colour to bleed badly in the wash.
  • These well drained, moderately to rapidly permeable soils were formed in glacial outwash.
  • Tractability is considered an attractive quality in a woman," Lindstrom said as she sank her pulaski into the bank and pulled herself out of the wash. Firestorm
  • Inside, the narrow alleys are tight woven, winding shadily between cliff-like walls of brown mud or sparkling white lime wash.
  • The competition might not prove a total whitewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • I ' ve bought a large size to allow for the fact that it may shrink in the wash.
  • The walls were covered with a pale yellow wash.
  • Use the same trick with unperfumed shower gel for a high-scent, low-cost matching body wash. The Sun
  • The curtains could do with a good wash.
  • He had shampoo in his hair and he was using her body wash.
  • As for the newspaper talk about this being a ‘war for democracy’, it was plain eyewash. Homage to Catalonia
  • Inside he is sluiced, scrubbed, massaged, rinsed, and blown dry with the automated precision associated with a modern car wash.
  • The walls were covered with a pale yellow wash.
  • The center handling air traffic in Washington and Oregon, near Auburn, Wash., was operating on backup power.
  • Avoid soap, which can be drying, and instead wash with aqueous cream or an emollient wash.
  • Chalice" (1942) is painted ghostly white within blackish wash. Taking Senses to the Extreme
  • The frequently repeated notion that ‘things were very different back then’ is plain hogwash.
  • I ' ve bought a large size to allow for the fact that it may shrink in the wash.
  • If yellow, use bleach or babybottle steriliser as prewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • They were of an older stile, bricks and mortar peeping out from behind chipped whitewash.
  • And they ping back into shape after each wash. The Sun
  • Use a reliable deodorant and mouthwash.
  • Brush the top with more eggwash. Times, Sunday Times
  • This exposes the inquiry as a total whitewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • The explanation that no one could have foreseen the credit crunch won't wash. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dishwashing detergent is safe to use as car wash.
  • I ' ve bought a large size to allow for the fact that it may shrink in the wash.
  • The whole concept of a ‘benevolent dictatorship’ is an eyewash.
  • Sean is broke, so his best buddy and roommate Dee Loc suggests he gets a job at the local car wash.
  • I want to fill you in on a few of the details so you won't think this is the usual election year eyewash.
  • Grandmother says all that is nonsense and hogwash.
  • Cotton, with an assist from this public-spirited pillar, has done his best to undo the damage caused by the hogwash.
  • This journalist unhesitatingly labels the report a whitewash.
  • Some of them were really out in the sticks only a few yards from the Old Sea Bank, just a short mud bath away from The Wash.
  • My shirt is in the wash.
  • In the past 18 years, there have been as many commissions, each one of them an eyewash.
  • Appeal: This dusty pink colour looks as though it has been in the wrong wash. The Sun
  • In their reeky gym clothes guide, they explain that the funky smell can persist even after a wash.
  • I help provide clients with a fresh change of clothes after they have had a hot meal and a wash.
  • The centre also sells green building materials such as wool insulation, natural paints and limewash. Times, Sunday Times
  • The panel of experts is also packed with liberal lawyers, sparking fears of a whitewash. The Sun
  • At the time, Elisse Hategan, a prominent defector from the Heritage Front, slammed the report as a whitewash.
  • The fragrance will linger on the clothes even after a wash.

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