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adjective as in deferred

adjective as in postponed

adjective as in washed

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After initially modifying the story, the MailOnline later scrubbed it altogether.

And behind the sleepless Moms will come binders full of freshly scrubbed lawyers looking to turn a buck on the news.

The Pentagon scrubbed the blueprint from the Internet three days later, but not before 100,000 copies were downloaded.

Scrubbed Graeme Wood, New York I watched online as a college classmate went from disgrace to redemption in months.

Off the Record ABC “scrubbed a few curse words” but largely allowed every quote to be used.

Now, neither boys nor monkeys relish being scrubbed, so Woot shrank away from the energetic girl, trembling fearfully.

She looked at her hands and straightway she fell to scrubbing them with soap as she had never scrubbed them before.

Then Sammy knew why Dad had scrubbed the cabin floor, and what the three men who talked so low had been doing in the other room.

Hollister soaped and scrubbed to clean his hands and face of the sweat and dirt of his day's labor.

The china parts should be scrubbed thoroughly with soap and one of the long-handled brushes made for this purpose.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scrubbed, such as: delayed, negotiated, postponed, adjourned, assessed, and charged.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.