Examples of washing in a Sentence
These shirts will look great even after repeated washings.
Recent Examples of washing from the Web
The county also tested a hand-washing station in the city’s Midway district.
Front and back staircases lead to the lower level, which has a two dens, a powder room, a home office, a bedroom with an en-suite bath, a workshop and a dog-washing station.
Like the hair on top of your head, beards require maintenance: washing, trimming, conditioning, and yes, even brushing.
Today, no suds descend, no cleansing showers come, no dog enjoys collateral washing.
The worm spends part of its life in freshwater snails, which release larvae that can penetrate the skin of someone swimming, bathing, or washing clothes.
To make sure hair stays nourished through the frequent washings, choose a hydrating dandruff shampoo, such as Dove DermaCare Scalp Pure Daily Care Shampoo ($4.99; at drugstores).
This red-washing of history is made easier by the deaths of Russians old enough to remember the purges and show trials of the 1930s.
Among those that may be considered: aluminum, semiconductors, paper, and appliances like washing machines.
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First Known Use of washing
WASHING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of washing for English Language Learners
: an act of washing something with water and soap
: clothes, towels, sheets, etc., that need to be washed or that are being washed
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