|rinsing, washing; blushing, reddening||flushing|
|(Catholicism) ceremonial washing of the hands; psalm recited during the hand washing ceremony; basin and towel used during a ceremonial hand-washing, basin attached to a wall, place for washing in a monastery, religious ritual||lavabo|
|(from French) washing or bathing; enema||lavement|
|accurate, clothes needing special washing and drying, easily offended, fine, fragile, easily broken; sensitive, frail, needing tact, refined, skillful, subtle||delicate|
|act of rubbing or scraping; act of washing or cleaning by rubbing||scrubbing|
|act of scrubbing or cleaning; laundry; items to be laundered; thin coating; water or residue left over after cleaning, clothes for washing, doing laundry, liquid used for washing||washing|
|act of washing or cleansing with a liquid (as with water), cleansing liquid, cosmetic treatment for hair, dip something into dye, flush mouth with water, gentle wash, lightly clean something in liquid, cleanse (as with water); soak in water to remove s...||rinse|
|act of washing, apply thin coating to something, be convincing, be washable, clean something, clean yourself, cleansing; rinsing; cleaning; cleaning laundry; erode; flood; be rinsed; be flooded; coat with a color, cleansing; rinsing; cleaning; laundry;...||wash|
|appear to fall, bad or corrupt place, basin for washing something, be absorbed, become quieter, bring to ruin, cesspool, decline in value, decline physically, defeat in contest, device absorbing energy or other entity, drill into ground, drive into gro...||sink|
|area or room for washing dishes and performing messy tasks (British), room for kitchen chores||scullery|
|arrive by water, eliminate by washing, wash dishes, wash face and hands||wash up|
|basin contents, bowl; valley, bowl-shaped depression, circular formation of sloping rock strata, depression in land filled with water, dock near sea, land draining into river or lake, open container for washing||basin|
|basin for washing hands, bowl, washbowl, sink||washbasin|
|basin for washing hands, washbasin||handbasin|
|basin-like bath which is used for washing the genital area, low basin for washing genitals||bidet|
|bath for washing the feet, bathing of feet, container for washing feet||footbath|
|bath, cleanse wound, cover something, dip something in liquid, flow along edge of something, swim or paddle in open water, take a bath, wash, wash oneself in a bath, wash in bath, washing, bathing, immersion (British)||bathe|
|bath, container used to hold water for washing oneself, fixture for washing the body||bathtub|
|bathe, bathhouse, bathroom, bathtub, body treatment, immersion of body, large container which holds water for bathing; washing; bathroom, liquid, take a bath, wash oneself in a bath, water in tub||bath|
|batting position in baseball, elimination of something bad, large gain, thorough cleaning, washing, removing dirt; huge win, landslide victory||cleanup|
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