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  • v. wash off soap or remaining dirt


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  • “Now I’m gonna rinse off all t’suds,” Kitty crooned tenderly, patting my raw bottom as if I were a baby.


  • When he went out back to the washtubs and removed his shirt to rinse off the stone dust, the sight of him made her knees weak.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • That ought to rinse off whatever white powder might have adhered to his skin while he handled the paper and stirred the wine Hercules Atlas had devoured so satisfactorily.

    The First Man in Rome


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