Like they want to cry so they watch our show just to get out a cleansing.
You may have to partake in a “cleansing ritual” that includes having unprotected sex with strange men.
In January, the New York Times Style section grabbed my attention with a cover story on the merits of cleansing.
At 78, Schmidt is looking for redemption and cleansing, and, like DiMaggio, comedy and poignancy achieve a perfect balance.
Americans spend millions of dollars a year on “cleansing and detoxification” products.
After cleansing them, sprinkle with powdered bayberry bark, or bloodroot.
And here again, I say, there is no cleansing power in the act of trust.
They had not been guilty of any new sins, but were in doubt as to their standing before God, and wanted pardon and cleansing.
cleansing power is in that which, by the act of trust, comes into my heart.
Pumice and sand are at times added to soap to aid in the removal of dirt in cleansing the hands.
Old English clænsunge "cleansing, purifying, castigation; chastity, purity," verbal noun from the root of cleanse. As a present participle adjective, attested from c.1300.