Here we is sleepin way fom home, leavin our wives an our expenses uh bode an washin.
All there seems to be to this job of mine just now is washin' dishes.
I'll show you which room you're to have so'st you can unpack your things, an' while you're washin' up I'll get you some breakfast.
I've settled the baker, the milk, the washin' an' the groceries—this 'ere's what's left.
He aye has a washin' an' a groomin' to mak' 'im fit for the Sabbath.
"A feller can't be washin' his face all the time," said Dick.
But he told 'em, too, that there was a lot o' the other placers around wi' no one washin' 'em.
When I got to his house, no one was there but a woman doin' the washin'.
But Tammy's hauded 'im for Maister Brown, an' he says it's sonsie to gie the bonny wee a washin'.
It'll keep the water from washin' stones down into the nozzle and blockin' it.