from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See washcloth.
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- n. A square piece of cloth for washing 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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The Proposal - Just the "washrag" scene made it all worth while.
After years and years of starvation and gruesomeness and lack of human contact because there were no humans left, only walking corpses, a woman gently lifted the sixty-pound dead man's penis with a cool washrag and wiped him clean.
Democracy in our hands is like a fabric-softened washrag in the hands of a teenage boy ... we won't stop using it, ever.
After the dog finished his business, one of the women, whose tit was by the way hanging out of her low-slung wide-open blouse, got up and gave Greg a blue washrag so he could mop up the puddle of white semen sitting pooled up on the wood floor next to his leg.
He slumped in the chair, washrag pressed against the side of his face where the tumor had eaten into his jaw.
But Greg tied the washrag around the dog's neck like a kerchief and named the dog “Digger” because while licking himself one of his legs kept digging into the floor as he spun around in a complete circle in ecstasy.
I relished the simple pleasure of a warm washrag on my face.
She wiped her hands on a damp washrag and tossed the last of her MRE into the wastebasket.
Olive has given me a glass of water, a damp washrag, and a pillow to sit on.
Before getting dressed for the day I again dipped the bucket into the lake water and tried to take a modified sponge bath, using one of my clean socks as a washrag.