verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of bleach
Examples from the Web for bleach
The country needs ambulances, bleach, hand sanitizer, medical supplies.
Supplies of soap, bleach, or alcohol-based hand gel also were depleted.
Dead bodies were to be covered in bleach, and typical burial rites of kissing and touching ignored.
Bodies were covered with bleach and buried, and isolation huts burned.
“Swaddled in protective gear” he was “sprayed down with bleach every step of the way” to ensure he was safe.
This man was a manufacturer of linen cloth, and used to bleach his own yarn.Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events|S. Baring-Gould
The slightest trace of bleach will turn such test papers blue or violet according to the amount present.The Manufacture of Paper|Robert Walter Sindall
"She hath doubtless gone to the ford of the Bore Nuddee to bleach her new chudder," explained Tara.The Taming of the Jungle|Dr. C. W. Doyle
Behind the house, on the side towards the village, linen lay out to bleach.The Precipice|Ivan Goncharov
For who by such a sleight would reach An aim, consumes the worth in speech, And sets a crimson rose to bleach.My Beautiful Lady. Nelly Dale|Thomas Woolner