Examples of washout in a Sentence
He was a washout as a professional golfer.
The team lost so many games that the season was a total washout.
Yesterday's game was a washout.
Recent Examples of washout from the Web
Flooding during the hurricane eroded the roadway, causing multiple washouts and potholes on the surface.
In Grand Blanc Township, a road was temporarily closed Friday due to a culvert washout.
In the final stretch before Kilima, a bedraggled coffee plantation in the Nebilyer Valley, our Toyota Land Cruiser has to crawl in low gear, wobbling and tottering through craters and washouts.
At one time, perhaps as recently as 25 years ago, a vintage like 2014 might have been a total washout.
The Eagles are headed to the Super Bowl after a delirious 38-7 washout of the Vikings with a most unconventional starting quarterback and the most conventional winning formula since the dawn of football.
There have been plenty of high-profile NFL washouts trying to squeeze some remaining life out of their careers in the CFL.
Every winter, storms ravage Forest Service roads, causing washouts and slides and knocking over trees that block access to vehicles.
Property damage: My land / front yard is washing away everyday due to rain and the lack of protection by the road crew to retain the land from washout.
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Definition of wash out
- the storm washed out the bridge
- the game was washed out
Examples of wash out in a Sentence
most of the participants in the tough training program washed out
the bright lights of the TV studio washed out her facial features, making her look as white as a ghost
Recent Examples of wash out from the Web
The Arroyo Seco flows along the eastern edge of Highland Park, and all the bridges across the stream were washed out from Pasadena to the L.A. River, except the Avenue 60 bridge.
The Kankakee River was almost a foot above flood stage at Shelby on Thursday, washing out roads and flooding homes throughout the area.
There are few if any aspects of the image completely black and underexposed (crushed shadows) or completely white and overexposed (washed out).
Don’t compare me to Iggy/that old hoe is washed and I’m lit/wouldn’t pay her to wash out my whip.
During earthquakes, tsunamis, and other natural disasters an expeditionary sea base can provide a floating warehouse and helicopter base in places where local infrastructure has been washed out or destroyed.
Instead of leaving the hair behind, the pooch bodysuit collects the hair to be washed out at your convenience.
This hallowed version now resides in the National Archives, so washed out that many signatures, including Thomas Jefferson's, are either gone or barely visible.
The score stood after Canada's Olivier Rochon and Stanislau Hladchenko of Belarus both washed out in their last attempts, leaving only Jia.
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