Antonyms for mopped up

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What did it matter to us whether they were mopped up by the Indians, or the French, or not?

You ain't clean'd out, sir, are you—not mopped up with the sponge?

And bath water took the place of the scrubbing water in the tub directly the floor was mopped up.

"Prothero mopped up the lot of us at Minchinghampton with his diving and swimming," Benham explained, and the tension was relaxed.

Betty washed out the tub, while Lois mopped up the water that the dog had splashed on the floor.

He mopped up these evidences of his fatigue with a red cotton handkerchief, and gave a deprecatory sigh.

It was mopped up and stifled, like spilt wine with a napkin; but it leaves an unpleasant impression.

The trouble just now is that we all organize and nobody gets his head knocked off and the floor doesn't get mopped up.

Little streams of perspiration trickled down his face, to be mopped up by his bandanna.

One of the servants removed the debris, and mopped up the spilled wine from the floor, and no one thought anything more of it.