The child thus trained will not, when old enough to rinse the mouth properly or to use the brush, feel comfortable after a meal until the teeth have been cleansed.
15:11 And whomsoever he toucheth that hath the issue, and hath not rinsed his hands in water, he shall wash his clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be unclean until the even.
As thus he spoke, We saw descending from a neighbouring hill Blind Polypheme; by weary steps and slow 110 The groping giant with a trunk of pine Explored his way; around, his woolly flocks Attended grazing; to the well-known shore He bent his course, and on the margin stood, A hideous monster, terrible, deformed; Full in the midst of his high front there gaped The spacious hollow where his eye-ball rolled, A ghastly orifice: he rinsed the wound, And washed away the strings and clotted blood That caked within; then, stalking through the deep, 120 He fords the ocean, while the topmost wave Scarce reaches up his middle side; we stood Amazed, be sure; a sudden horror chill Ran through each nerve, and thrilled in every vein, Till, using all the force of winds and oars, We sped away; he heard us in our course, And with his outstretched arms around him groped, But finding nought within his reach, he raised Such hideous shouts that all the ocean shook.
Rinse out a second time, and brush, and dry near a fire in a warm room.
Rinse the stewpan, or use a clean one, in which put two ounces of butter, and as much flour or other thickening as will bring it to a stiff paste; add to it the gravy by degrees.
First I immerse my hands in tepid water, then I rub the soap (you can get it at any chemist's or oil-shop) into the pores--you 'd be surprised how it lathers if you do it the right way--and then I rinse the soap off again.
Meanwhile my clothes, My private clothes I wash, and rinse my robes.
He noticed that Elsie seemed a little nervous while she was rinsing some of the teacups before their removal.
The Quichua word macchini means "to wash" or "to rinse a large narrow-mouthed pitcher."
I now thought it possible that the coating of dirt might have something to do with the failure; so I carefully rinsed the parchment by pouring warm water over it, and, having done this, I placed it in a tin pan, with the skull downwards, and put the pan upon a furnace of lighted charcoal.
She will thoroughly rinse the kettle, and, filling it with fresh water, will put it on the fire to boil.
It is a shelter I was searching out, where I could put on a decent appearance, rinsing my head and my features in a tin can of water.
Afterward she bade John Copeland rinse his gums and then take his prisoner to Hastings.
Sol White, who was behind the bar, straightened up when he saw Duane; then, without speaking, he bent over to rinse a glass.
The following simple suggestions are worthy of observation: Add one ounce of alum to the last water used to rinse children's dresses, and they will be rendered uninflammable, or so slightly combustible that in event of coming into contact with fire, they would only smoulder away very slowly, and not burst into flame.
No trace of this savage impulse appeared in her behavior, however; she rinsed the dishpan, turned it upside down in the sink, and gave the wiping towels to Julia, asking her to wring them out in hot water and hang them on the barberry bushes, according to Mrs. Carey's instructions.