Bewash

Be`wash´


v. t.1.To drench or souse with water.
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He also explained hundreds of gallons of water and sewage sometimes remained in "ponds" within the pipeline, only to bewashed out later, and that could take many hours to clear.
Bewashed with my teares, (289-98) Creseyd's destitutioa and the return of the ring, through the agency of a fellow leper (299, 307), clearly derive from Henrysoa but, as his editor notes, in these lines Fowler ~seems to be putting his owa interpretatioa' oa Henrysoa's descriptioa of the bequest of the ruby ring.