She would smooth it out, wipe it off, fold it up and use it again and again until it eventually fell apart.
As Kate was driven away, she appeared to wipe a tear from her eye.
At one point someone with a free hand was nice enough to use a rag to wipe the sweat off my face.
I was glad that I was told to wipe away any images that I had had.
After they left, her staff would run over and wipe off the chairs, afraid they would get AIDS if they sat on them.
I desired to wipe out the past by some large and munificent return.
wipe them with a dry cloth, and season them with salt and cayenne pepper.
We save a piece of bread for the last, with which we wipe up everything, and then eat the dishrag.
Clean two fine fresh mackerel, and wipe them dry with a cloth.
Nothing can ever happen to me again so dreadful as that, said Jim, putting up his handkerchief to wipe his damp forehead.
To win; prevail: De Bird of Time will win out in a walk (1896+)