In regional elections the socialists had wiped his party off the map.
The reality is that it wiped out a lot of illusory gains and replaced them with a lot of illusory losses.
“I had just wiped the buttons down with some alcohol swipes,” the employee said.
The goal was to help Americans with government aid before their savings were wiped out.
Do the sages, or the voters, feel that the slate can ever truly be wiped clean?
He stared at her, as, brother like, he wiped the kiss from his lips.
There was a little confusion as the books were closed and the pens were wiped.
She would have honoured this man for his splendid pertinacity, and have wiped all else from the slate.
Not for worlds would he have wiped the blood from his knife until he had shown it to the camp.
He wiped his razor at last, poured some water in a bowl and doused his face.
A success for both sides: win-win situation
To win; prevail: De Bird of Time will win out in a walk (1896+)