WASH


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AcronymDefinition
WASHWashington (old style)
WASHWasher
WASHWater, Sanitation and Hygiene for All (campaign of the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, Switzerland)
WaSHWater/Sanitation/Hygiene
WASHWater And Sanitation for Health
WASHWashington Area Secular Humanists (Washington, DC)
WASHWomen Against Sexual Harassment
WASHWashington Literary Society and Debating Union (University of Virginia)
WASHWest African Short Horn (cattle breed)
References in classic literature ?
Gamut--David Gamut," returned the singing master, preparing to wash down his sorrows in a powerful draught of the woodsman's high-flavored and well-laced compound.
The one with the basin approached, and with arch composure and impudence, thrust it under Don Quixote's chin, who, wondering at such a ceremony, said never a word, supposing it to be the custom of that country to wash beards instead of hands; he therefore stretched his out as far as he could, and at the same instant the jug began to pour and the damsel with the soap rubbed his beard briskly, raising snow-flakes, for the soap lather was no less white, not only over the beard, but all over the face, and over the eyes of the submissive knight, so that they were perforce obliged to keep shut.
I want to take all our dirty clothes to the river and wash them.
When the Chinese laundryman refused to wash for him without payment she had sent his things to be washed with hers.
Can you wash your own hands, or shall I wash them for you?
All the dirt contained in the river between Reading and Henley, we collected, during that wash, and worked it into our clothes.
After they had been released and fed, Joseph selected the cushion and corner which appealed to him, and the Sarah-cat gravely sat herself down before the fire and proceeded to wash her face.
On letting it go he observed that a portion of it adhered to his fingers, and running to a brook in great alarm he proceeded to wash it off.
When the meal was ended Anne came out of her reverie and offered to wash the dishes.
Hand her down the bit of glass from over the cupboard," cries another; "I'd wash the blood from my face before I talked of my beauty.
Each pan he carried down to the water to wash, and as he went higher up the hill the pans grew richer, until he began to save the gold in an empty baking-powder can which he carried carelessly in his hip-pocket.
Well, then, I'll make you some coffee, so go and wash and get ready," said the baroness, sitting down again, and anxiously turning the screw in the new coffee pot.