wash in a sentence

wash meaning:

v. t.) to apply water or other liquid to for the purpose of cleansing; to scrub with water,

v. t.) To waste or abrade by the force of water in motion;





v. t.) To cover with a thin or watery coat of color;

v. i.) To clean anything by rubbing or dipping it in water; to perform the business of cleansing clothes,

wash sentence:

The dishes had been washed and put away.

Mom is washing the dishes.

Rain washed the snow on the roofs.

How often do you wash your car?

The waves wash stones onto the beach.

You should wash your hands after the lab lesson.

Any soap washes away the germs and bacteria.

The mud on the road was washed away in the rain.

My robot will prepare meals, clean, wash dishes, and perform other household tasks.

My hair always gets really tangled if I don’t use a conditioner when I wash my hair.

The instructions for your new sweater say, machine wash on gentle cycle and tumble dry.

There is a Latin proverb which suggests that repentant tears wash out the stain of guilt.

You should allow for some shrinkage in these jeans the first couple of times you wash them.

Obviously wash your face, but you must also take care of your appearance before assembling here.

You should spray your houseplants with a little water once in a while to wash the dust off them.

Specimens of almost every seashell species from the Indian Ocean wash up on Mozambique’s beaches.

She dyed her hair green, but it isn’t a permanent dye, so it will wash out within a couple of weeks.

It’s better to carry plastic chopsticks and wash them than to use disposable chopsticks to throw away.

My high school class set itself a goal of raising $500 for our graduation party by running a car wash.

You should wash these delicate clothes by hand because they could get damaged in your washing machine.





Mouth washes which kill bacteria are helpful.

I have washed my feet in the bathroom.

The infected area can be washed with sterile solution.

Excess fertilisers may be washed into lakes and rivers.

Soldier’s wives nursed the wounded, washed clothes and cooked meals.

The rain washes all their tracks away.

I washed until my hands were pink as meat.

If you wash your car at home, using a hose, you can use up to 150 gallons of water.

He took two aspirin immediately and washed them down with three cups of water.

The mangled bus had been quickly hauled away and the streets washed clean of blood.

The seeds that had been sown were almost completely washed away by a sudden downpour.

The bus driver washed the windows as a classical music tape played from his dashboard.

We wash our cars and hose our gardens without even thinking of the water that uses.

Wash every item before use, and consider using an aquatic disinfectant on natural items.





You should wash your hands before each meal.

She is going to wash the bike this afternoon.

It will cost $25 to wash and style your hair.

You should always wash your hands before meals.

If you wash it, your car will shine in the sun.

I got him to wash my car for a hundred dollars.

Take the sheets off your bed, so I can wash them.

She used to wash her hair before going to school.

I’ll help my mother wash the dishes after supper.

Even if you wash it, the color won’t come out.






She is now well enough to wash her hair by herself.

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