You look pegged out, but a wash-up and something to eat will brace you.
“Your wash-up,” replied Grummer, with the smile of a favourite.
"I want to get a wash-up," Fairfax said, smiling on him his light smile.
Mrs. Bindle proceeded to wash-up the breakfast things to the tune of "Hold the Fort."
After a wash-up, we were taken to a building which proved to be a kitchen and dining room combined.
After a wash-up and breakfast I turned in and slept till dinner, and since that have been writing up my diary.
Grease inches deep in great black patches about the fireplace ends of the huts, where wash-up and "boiling" water is thrown.
That there one was a wash-up found by old Willem the lighthouse keeper one morning early.
“Horrid, your wash-up,” replied Grummer, who had a vague impression that there was a smell of rum somewhere.
When he reached the rivulet flowing away from the cabin spring, he felt that he must have a wash-up before presenting himself.