- n. Plural form of rinse.
“The small boy lathers up a huge shaving brush - foam all over it; he rinses off the handle and sets it down for the barber (who is also young, but they don't look related - brother-in-law? step brother?).”
“Commonly used techniques include carcass steam pasteurization, 180-degree water sprays to physically remove and kill bacteria, and vinegar rinses.”
“Lisa scrubs the filthy vase clean, rinses out its disgusting and unidentifiable contents, and Michael sells it to Felix, an expatriate antique dealer, for enough money to acquit their mortgage and indulge in a clothes-shopping spree.”
“Fruit, vegetable, and herb restorative color cocktails are excellent rinses that can be applied once per week to refresh your color.”
“Natural color tints, herbal rinses, and stains act as a shields, coating the cuticle of your hair shaft, which in turn soothes and tames unwanted frizz and unruly greys, also adding luster and shine.”
“Hearty Breakfast Soap for Men ™ rinses clean with no filmy residue, making your skin feel refreshed, leaving behind nothing but a light scent of bacon.”
“She scrubs out the sink with white powder, wipes it out, rinses it.”
“The white-haired Mr. Yuengling wears jeans to work, smokes Marlboros and rinses out Styrofoam coffee cups so he can re-use them.”
“The effect is magical and it'll easilly rinses off if it gets on you or your clothes.”
“Richard Agar, Hull's coach, claimed that Rovers '"cockiness" had helped to motivate his players – specifically the blond rinses sported by Clint Newton and Fox.”
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