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
What if Daniel Murphy's knee never gets right and his season is a washout.
Moisture in the atmosphere means there will likely be more rain around South Florida this weekend than last weekend, but no washouts are expected.
The reason the washout rate in a lot of these programs (is) high is because the standards are high.
More than 60 road washouts and sinkholes were reported by Monday morning, according to WLUC-TV.
The heavy rain has caused mudslides, washouts and flooding on interstates, highways and local roads across western North Carolina, NCDOT officials said in a tweet.
Cobb County residents should keep rain boots handy the next few days but shouldn’t expect a total washout.
For most, the month of April was a washout, and thus, four games in four or five days will become the norm.
His excellent 2011 dramedy Cold Weather was an extremely low-key mystery set in Portland, Oregon, where a grad-school washout and part-time DJ went on a search for a missing person.
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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
Authorities have declared a local emergency after powerful flood waters washed out large portions of county roads.
We were stranded—our boat high on the rocks after the tide had washed out.
Since the roads were washed out, first responders had to borrow a neighbor’s boat and took the boy to the Hancock City boat launch then by ambulance to U.P. Health System — Portage hospital, according to the Mining Gazette.
As the roads were washed out, a neighbor’s boat was used to help transport the child to a dock, and the 12-year-old was eventually air-lifted to a hospital.
The Duck Race was also washed out because of the flooding last year.
Many roads were impassable, bridges were washed out, and much of the island remained without power for six months.
It was washed out due to rain, but everybody made the most of it.
Water that passes under Van Blaricum Road about a half-mile from Cleves Warsaw Road washed out the culvert, taking a bite out of the southbound lane, caving in the pavement and the ground beneath it.
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wash out Synonyms
WASHOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of washout for English Language Learners
: a complete failure
: an event, game, etc., that is canceled because of rain
WASHOUT Defined for Kids
medical Definition of washout
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