bleach

[ bleech ]SEE DEFINITION OF bleach

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLEACH

If ever time could bleach his own soul and conciliate hers, what, what was to become of Aphrodite?

She liked them to bleach on the line, it was almost as good as the grass.

The first of these is the bleach, or oxidizing mixture of bromide and ferricyanide.

"Lay them on the grass to bleach," said Daisy, with an air of experience.

Kiss ye me till I be white, an' that will be an ill web to bleach.

The third said: "I will enable him to bleach all the linen he has woven in one night."

Besides this two other kinds of bleach are distinguished in the trade.

At last nothing is left of it but the bare bones to bleach in the sun.

The desert is wide and there is room and to spare to starve in it, and for your bones to bleach there.

"He is not apt to leave 'em to bleach their bones," said Bill Saxby.

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