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tr.v. stone·washed, stone·wash·ing, stone·wash·es
To wash (garments or material, usually denim) in large industrial machines with pumice pebbles to soften and abrade the material by friction.
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(Clothing & Fashion) to wash (material, clothes, etc) with pumice stones to give a worn appearance
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to wash (cloth) with pebbles or stones so as to give the appearance of wear.
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|Verb||1.||stonewash - wash with stones to achieve a worn appearance; "stonewash blue jeans"|
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