from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small, usually square cloth of absorbent material used for washing the face or body. Also called facecloth, washrag.
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- n. A small cloth used to wash the face and body.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. bath linen consisting of a piece of cloth used to wash the face and body
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Wetting your dog in the face with water or a washcloth is a good way to make your dog hate the bath.
Just soak a washcloth in plain whole milk, then rest the damp cloth on your face, neck, and upper chest for a minute or two.
I soak a washcloth and dab the blood from her mouth.
I get home, pop in a Wiggles tape for Andrew, soak a washcloth in cold water, wring it out and lay down on the couch with this washcloth over my eyes and forehead.
Simply soak a washcloth in a cool solution of green or black tea.
To remedy this, I soak a washcloth in liquid fabric softener for two minutes.
In addition, you may want to soak a washcloth in warm water and then hold it on your eyebrows for a minute or two to open up the hair follicles.
Ok, so first you get warm water, not hot bc it might burn your skin, soak a washcloth in it for a couple of minutes. then hold it on your pimple for about 20 min, make sure you keep the washcloth warm during the process.
It's the Democratic Party/Clinton campaign that will want Obama to serve in the "washcloth" role.
Even if the 'washcloth' covers her hair, there's not enough skull there.
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