The rain might wash down some of the rocks forming the roof.
I pray you do not drink to wash down food: a bad habit of most of us.
Afterguard, muster your buckets and brushes and wash down the decks.
I helped myself to two or three glasses of wine to wash down the food.
And now, my pretty Mabel, have you never a cup of ale to wash down the pie?
English tea is good to eat—that is to mix with, and wash down your muffins.
But to wash down these substantial viands there was little save ale.
Get me a flagon of canary, and we will wash down the remains of the pasty.
I must have something to wash down all these gnawing thoughts.
At last it was broad day, and an order was given to wash down the decks.