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Wipe up   /waɪp əp/   Listen
Wipe up

verb
1.
To wash or wipe with or as if with a mop.  Synonyms: mop, mop up.  "He mopped her forehead with a towel"






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"Wipe up" Quotes from Famous Books



... storm, Mr. Claude? I reckon poor Mr. Ernest won't git over tonight, will he? You never mind, honey; I'll wipe up that water. Run along and git dry clothes on you, an' take a bath, or you'll ketch cold. Th' ole tank's full of hot water for you." Exceptional weather of any ...
— One of Ours • Willa Cather

... I'm going over to Con's. She's got that new serve down to a fine point! And I've done the boys' room and the guest room; it's all ready for the Cutters. And I put towels and soap in the bathroom, only you'll have to have Marthe wipe up the ...
— The Treasure • Kathleen Norris



Words linked to "Wipe up" :   soak up, take up, swab, absorb, sop up, take in, sponge, imbibe, suck, suck up, draw, swob



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