- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rinse.
“Then Helin rinsed the wings with fresh lemon juice and water.”
“And I just kind of rinsed it under the water, put some lemon on it and popped it in my mouth.”
“Considering the temperature, we did not, and instead, we "rinsed" buddhas statues siting there, while thinking we were washing ourselves.”
“When I was brushing my teeth, I noticed that the trash was overflowing and took that out right away after I had rinsed and spit.”
“Non-washed varieties need to be rinsed otherwise they will retain a soap-like taste.”
“Rain rinsed the blood from his hands as they walked in the darkness, without comment.”
“Suzanne rinsed the dishrag out in the spotless sink.”
“Rain rinsed over her suit, and she distractedly wondered if it would rinse away some of the radioactive particles.”
“I got a handful of strawberries out of the fridge, rinsed them under the faucet.”
“Cara rinsed her toothbrush and hit the light, plunging the bathroom into darkness.”
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