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verb as in brush, swab

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We are here to support women when their personal preference is to use a wash, wipes, or any of our products.

A baby wipe is perfect to grab to clean up small spills, because they are mild and safe.

He said the brand’s body wipes were often sold through boutique fitness studios, though he declined to share the sales drop of body wipes.

From Digiday

The wipes came to market in 2000 when the company was trying to figure out how to give users an easier way to apply disinfectant.

From Fortune

If you must go to the gym, bring plenty of cleaning wipes with you to scrub down the equipment before and after you use it, Sickbert-Bennett says.

As Kate was driven away, she appeared to wipe a tear from her eye.

Some locations even employ chlorine mats that service members are required to wipe their feet on in order to enter.

An agent insisted they proceed anyway and she asked to go to the bathroom, apparently to wipe the stuff off her hands.

In the winter, they can shield drivers from the annoyance of having to wipe snow and ice off their windshields.

The trucking roads make it easier for predators to wipe out prey.

Here, Mr. Slocum paused to wipe his spectacles, and the wife seized the opportunity to press the question.

Amid the hush that followed, the stranger picked himself slowly up, and sought to wipe the filth from his face and garments.

Dey's squar little towels what you holds in yer lap to wipe yer fingers on when you've done eatin'.

You may wipe off the worst of the spot with your napkin, and then let it pass without further notice.

Just before we reached the grave, Armand stopped to wipe his face, which was covered with great drops of sweat.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wipe, such as: clean, dry, dust, erase, mop, and obliterate.

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