Definition of Rinse off
1. Verb. Wash off soap or remaining dirt. "They rinse off the cape "
Specialized synonyms: Flush, Purge, Scour
Generic synonyms: Launder, Wash
Derivative terms: Rinse, Rinsing
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Literary usage of Rinse off
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Introduction to Botany by William Chase Stevens (1902)
"rinse off the gentian violet quickly with water and flood the sections with ... rinse off the orange with water, and thoroughly dehydrate by holding the ..."
2. Elements of the Art of Dyeing: With a Description of the Art of Bleaching by by Claude-Louis Berthollet, Amédée B. Berthollet, Andrew Ure (1824)
"Apply this with the pencil or block ; suffer it to remain on the cloth six or eight hours; then rinse off in spring water. This colour will be a bright and ..."
3. Lessons and Laboratory Exercises in Bacteriology: An Outline of Technical by Allen John Smith (1902)
"A fourth should soak his hands in à saturated solution of potassium permanganate, rinse off the excess in sterile water, and make similar inoculations. ..."
4. Lessons and Laboratory Exercises in Bacteriology: An Outline of Technical by Allen John Smith (1902)
"A fourth should soak his hands in a saturated solution of potassium permanganate, rinse off the excess in sterile water, and make similar inoculations. ..."
5. Better Babies and Their Care by Anna Steese Richardson (1914)
"Support him with the left hand, and, with the right, rinse off the soap, using a piece of gauze or absorbent cotton. The very young baby should be kept in ..."
6. Technical Methods of Ore Analysis by Albert Howard Low (1919)
"Now rinse off the watch-glass with a very little water ... rinse off the delivery-tube with 2: 1 hydrochloric acid and remove it. ..."