abluted


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ab·lut·ed

 (ə-blo͞o′tĭd)
adj.
Thoroughly washed clean.

[From ablution, on the model of such pairs as dilution, diluted.]

abluted

(əˈbluːtɪd)
adj
washed thoroughly

ab•lut•ed

(əˈblu tɪd)

adj.
thoroughly washed.
[1640–50; ablute (probably back formation from ablution) + -ed2]
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Bathe her -- her body must be clean and abluted -- and then read the sura (Koranic verse) of Al-Mu'minun once.
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