wring out

VERB
  1. extract (liquid) by squeezing or pressing
    wring out the washcloth
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How To Use wring out In A Sentence

  • The twist mop is a modern development of the socket mop with the handle being twisted to wring out the mop.
  • Dampen a towel in the mixture and wring out all the excess moisture.
  • Additionally, while my parks all turn a handsome profit, I don't spend a lot of time playing with the cost of the hamburgers at the concession stands to wring out every last dime.
  • Sitting up, I gather all my hair in my hand and wring out the water onto his lap.
  • He turned away to wring out the wet shirt.
  • Vincent nodded respectfully and tried to wring out some of the water from his loose blouse.
  • If I could wring out chicken like a washcloth, maybe this could have been salvaged, but as it was, the teriyaki was a fail. The Orange County Register - News Headlines : Top Stories
  • Together we all cried as if by doing so we might wring out the cloth of our suffering. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale
  • She has had to wring out water from insulation in her loft, endure water trickling down the walls in her hall and scaffolding around her chimney.
  • We pull them out, rinse them in clean water and wring out the excess water.
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