“She walked around the cabin with her glass of wine, finishing the wine, then wiping off the glass,” Clark says.
A housekeeper came out to buy some, wiping her hands on her apron.
Declaring victory, and wiping away generations of effort, with one swing of an axe.
Another sex scandal will come along, wiping out all public memory of you.
So they depress the economy further—and this reduces revenues, wiping out at least part of the attempted deficit reduction.
Dinner over, he and Emmie attended to the dishes, he washing and she wiping.
When you went off to the wars aunt Madge cried some, for I saw her wiping her eyes.
"Now don't ye go near them places," he said, wiping his nose and dodging about the corners of his eyes.
"I hope he is not hurt," said Dahlia, wiping the tears from her eyes.
Id put some anywhere, said her mother, wiping her eyes with the corner of her apron.
A killing, murder