What is another word for rinsing?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈɪnsɪŋ] (IPA)

When it comes to washing dishes or cleaning clothes, we often hear the word "rinsing." However, there are several other synonyms for this term that can be used interchangeably. Some of the common synonyms for rinsing include washing, cleaning, cleansing, and purifying. These words refer to the act of removing dirt or stains from an object by using water or some other liquid. Other synonyms for rinsing include flushing, soaking, and bathing. These terms can be used to describe the process of cleaning or refreshing a surface thoroughly. So, if you're looking to diversify your vocabulary, consider using these alternatives to the word "rinsing".

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Usage examples for Rinsing

If the milk is drawn and fed from a pail, there is the added danger of all sorts of poisonous ferments getting into it and multiplying; it may be from the imperfect cleansing and scalding of the pail; from rinsing the pails with water that is impure; from the entrance of bacterial ferments floating in the filthy atmosphere of the stable, or from the entrance of the volatile chemical products of fermentation.
"Special Report on Diseases of Cattle"
U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler
She reached the spring quite out of breath, and she actually bumped into a man who stood carefully rinsing a bloodstained handkerchief under the overflow from the horse trough.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower
Chitty was rinsing test tubes at the sink.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford

Famous quotes with Rinsing

  • You know, of course, the specimens are not alive. We have to fix them in a fixing liquid formaldehyde and then we have to do a rinsing and then we have to coat them in a thin layer of gold.
    Lennart Nilsson
  • A fifty-seven-year-old college professor expressed it this way: "Yes, there's a need for male lib and hardly anyone writes about it the way it really is, though a few make jokes. My gut reaction, which is what you asked for, is that men—the famous male chauvinist pigs who neglect their wives, underpay their women employees, and rule the world—are literally slaves. They're out there picking that cotton, sweating, swearing, taking lashes from the boss, working fifty hours a week to support themselves and the plantation, only then to come back to the house to do another twenty hours a week rinsing dishes, toting trash bags, writing checks, and acting as butlers at the parties. It's true of young husbands and middleaged husbands. Young bachelors may have a nice deal for a couple of years after graduating, but I've forgotten, and I'll never again be young! Old men. Some have it sweet, some have it sour.
    Herb Goldberg
  • Dwelling beside a body of water is tonic for the weary psyche. Sea smells, sea birds, seawrack, sands — alternately cool, warm, moist and dry — a taste of brine and the presence of the rocking, slopping bluegraygreen spit-flecked waters, has the effect of rinsing the emotions, bathing the outlook, bleaching the conscience.
    Roger Zelazny
  • You're going to tell me that poverty's nothing to be ashamed of. It's not true, though. If you can't hide it, then it is something to be ashamed of. There's nothing you can do, you're ashamed just the same, the way you're ashamed when you leave a spot on somebody's table. No matter if it's deserved or not, honorable or not, poverty stinks. Yes, stinks, stinks like a ground-floor room off an airshaft, or clothes that need changing. You smell it yourself, as though you were made of sewage. It can't be wiped away. It doesn't help to put on a new hat, any more than rinsing your mouth helps when you're belching your guts out. It's around you and on you and everyone who brushes up against you or looks at you knows it. I know the way women look down on you when you're down at heels. I know it's embarrassing for other people, but the hell with that, it's a lot more embarrassing when it's you. You can't get out of it, you can't get past it, the best thing to do is get plastered, and here" (he reached for his glass and drained it in a deliberately uncouth gulp) "here's the great social problem, here's why the 'lower classes' indulge in alcohol so much more - that problem that countesses and matrons in women's groups rack their brains over at tea. For those few minutes, those few hours, you forget you're an affront to other and to yourself. It's no great distinction to be seen in the company of someone dressed lie this, I know, but it's no fun for me either.
    Stefan Zweig

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