Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of one who rinses.
  • noun That in which anything is rinsed; the liquid left from washing off.

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  • verb Present participle of rinse.

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  • noun the removal of soap with clean water in the final stage of washing

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Examples

  • I'm trying to remember where I heard this idea of using cottage cheese like this as a cheese substitite, because that's where I got the idea of rinsing it.

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  • And a LOT of rinsing, which is about as annoying as rinsing out a garbage can.

    *phone hate*

  • Many manufacturers of this type of washer vaunt their superior rinsing, which is said to get out more detergent and dirt residues and thus prevent dinginess from developing.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Many manufacturers of this type of washer vaunt their superior rinsing, which is said to get out more detergent and dirt residues and thus prevent dinginess from developing.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Many manufacturers of this type of washer vaunt their superior rinsing, which is said to get out more detergent and dirt residues and thus prevent dinginess from developing.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Many manufacturers of this type of washer vaunt their superior rinsing, which is said to get out more detergent and dirt residues and thus prevent dinginess from developing.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Including behavior such as rinsing mouth and brushing teeth in the kitchen sink.

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  • Suddenly, wet shampoo treatments for use at home were far more practical, at least for those who, at the turn of a tap, had access to plenty of warm water for lathering and rinsing.

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  • Suddenly, wet shampoo treatments for use at home were far more practical, at least for those who, at the turn of a tap, had access to plenty of warm water for lathering and rinsing.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Just as she was rinsing for the second time, she heard a sound in the hallway.

    Choker

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