Antonyms for wash up
This page is about all possible antonyms and opposite words for the term wash up.
To clean the utensils, dishes etc. used in preparing and eating a meal.
Dinner has just finished, so go and wash up.
To wash one's hands and/or face, often around mealtimes.
Dinner is almost ready, so go and wash up.
To carry an object to land.
The whale was washed up on the beach.
Something or somebody that has once had it's peak of greatness far too long ago, and is now still being over used, over played, and is still pushed through the media, even though it's gotten extremely old, bland, worn out, and is just sad to still see around
wash up, laveverb
wash one's face and hands
"She freshened up in the bathroom"
carry somewhere (of water or current or waves)
"The tide washed up the corpse"
wash up, do the dishesverb
"I cook and my husband washes up after dinner"
be carried somewhere by water or as if by water
"The body washed up on the beach"
exhaust, wash up, beat, tucker, tucker outverb
wear out completely
"This kind of work exhausts me"; "I'm beat"; "He was all washed up after the exam"
baffle, exhaust, get, eat up, stick, crush, vanquish, play out, expel, eat, mystify, flummox, release, beat, tire, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, lave, ticktack, outfox, use up, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, perplex, beat out, gravel, thump, do the dishes, run through, amaze, thrum, ticktock, puzzle, quiver, wipe out, pound, work over, pulsate, bewilder, overreach, discharge, run down, tucker, vex, stupefy, sap, eject, consume, outsmart, deplete, pose, scramble, shell
How to use wash up in a sentence?
Modelling suggests that debris such as this could continue to wash-up over the coming days.
That kind of habitat attracts living animals even if it’s floating out in the ocean, we should not be surprised to continue to see debris from Japan wash up on the shores.
It's about the right time for something. It depends on where it went in, but it's about the right time for debris to wash up.
It was a matter of waiting for something to wash up.
I never would have thought that a sea snake would wash up that far up north.
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