rinse

v
1. wash, bathe, lave, clean, cleanse, rinse out; shampoo, (of clothes) launder, lather, soap, mun-dify, deterge; absterge, wipe, swab, mop, scrub.
2. wet, sponge, flush, flush out, irrigate, shower, splash, swash, slosh; dip, immerse, submerge, dunk; soak, steep, drench, imbue, saturate.
n
3. washing, bathing, lavation, lavage, laving, cleaning, cleansing, ablution; shampoo, shampooing, (of clothes) laundering, lathering, soaping, mundify-ing, deterging; abstersion, absterging, wipe, wiping, swab, swabbing, mopping, scrub, scrubbing.
4. wetting, sponge bath, sponging, flushing, flushing out, irrigation, irrigating, shower, showering, splashing, swashing, sloshing; dip, dipping, immersion, immersing, submersion, submerging, dunk, dunking; soak, soaking, steep, steeping, drench, drenching, im-buement, imbuing, saturation, saturating.
5. wash, bath, rinsing, drench, steep, soak, water, wash water, bath water; suds, foam.
6. tint, dye, preparation, cream rinse.

A Note on the Style of the synonym finder. 2014.

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