He put down the glass, found his handkerchief and mopped his dripping face.
Then he took a handkerchief from his pocket, removed his panama and mopped his forehead.
The gentleman took off his silk hat and mopped his forehead.
I leaned now against the porte-cochere, and mopped myself vigorously.
"No; I cannot understand it," and Pachmann mopped his face again.
Removing his hat, he mopped his brow, sighed, and smiled winningly.
He pushed the animal away with a low curse and mopped at the side of his face.
Doctor Crosson mopped his brow at the atrocity of his thoughts this morning.
General Hobson lifted his hat and mopped his forehead indignantly.
What did it matter to us whether they were mopped up by the Indians, or the French, or not?