Being made to mop up when the bathroom plumbing breaks down at the Edwards house?
Antek Walczak is 44, in khaki shorts and a vintage T-shirt, with a mop of dark hair that leaves him looking younger.
When he spills his cup of coffee, he first tries to mop the mess with his fingers, then dams up the puddle with toilet paper.
To buy and give someone underwear or socks, or mop and bucket, are indeed worthy acts should the recipient be in need of them.
mop is made up of a large, graphic vinyl, an array of found objects, and a selection of images.
Cried frankly, openly, mopping away tears with a whole-hearted pocket-handkerchief, and cried more to mop away.
They were sent into the world to mop and cook and serve their betters.
“Here, you, get a swab and mop that up,” I commanded in my harshest manner.
He was quite warm with running and he paused in his father's suite to mop his face.
"Boot," pointing with her mop in the direction whence we had come.
late 15c., mappe "bundle of yarn, etc., fastened to the end of a stick for cleaning or spreading pitch on a ship's decks," from Walloon (French) mappe "napkin," from Latin mappa "napkin" (see map (n.)). Modern spelling by 1660s. Of hair, from 1847.
1709, from mop (n.). Related: Mopped; mopping.
[1944+ Black; probably from the notion of mopping or cleaning up, influenced by earlier jazz use ''the last beat at the end of a jazz number'']