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In addition to all the debris that washed out, that takes a pretty big toll on the fish.

Washed out campaign posters of President Mohammed Morsi still hang on run-down buildings around the Sharqeyya governorate.

My third roommate (the first two washed out) was a soft-looking Mexican American who seemed to be failing everything.

We live in a washed-out PC world where nobody in government wants to say the wrong thing so they say nothing at all.

“In the West, you take a couple Valium, you get taken to the ER and washed out, and you go home,” Phillips told The Daily Beast.

If it be suspected that the stomach will not be empty, it should be washed out with water the evening before.

A German receiver can be washed out like a teacup, and the oil collected is of value, but a meerschaum should never be wetted.

When it was the bed of the stream, gold was being ground out, washed out and carried down stream from the quartz-gold veins above.

They should be washed out and dried quickly after its application in order to make this method most effective.

There was Hale's little frame cottage and his name, half washed out, was over the wing that was still his office.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to washed-out, such as: bleached, colorless, discolored, drained, drawn, and dull.

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