The washings are added to the filtrate, and the liquid concentrated in a porcelain capsule.
So far as I am aware, no work in this country saves its washings.
The old ditch, unused for years, had filled up in part with the washings of the earth from its sides, and grown over with grass.
Most of the washings in this country are done in the kitchen.
The washings of the flour are allowed to stand for some time in a conical-shaped vessel.
A very minute quantity of the proper precipitant to the washings; or—2.
There is one of these machines at the Weber Creek washings, which has been run up by the Indians during the last few days.
His "oil-pot was full of dust and dirt and mixed with the washings of his brush."
A merchant took all his slaves with him to the washings, carrying as much calico and other goods as he could muster.
The professor thought it was fashioned by the waters, in their eddyings and washings.
A technique of evading surveillance by taking an absurdly indirect route from one place to another (1990s+ Police)