verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of bleach
SYNONYMS FOR bleach
Examples from the Web for bleaching
“The Disney Look does not permit extremes in dyeing, bleaching or coloring,” the rules state.
Without the bleaching of the sun his hair seemed dishwater blond, certainly not golden.
Did he really have vitiligo or was he just bleaching his skin?
Bleaching the ballots: This is a brand-new one, used only once to date.
The bleaching and coloring are effected without interrupting the action of the machine.Popular Technology; Volume 2|Edward Hazen
After washing and rinsing thoroughly in luke warm water, soap to remove all loose dirt and grease, or bleaching, if required.The Practical Ostrich Feather Dyer|Alexander Paul
The clear solution obtained by treating the powder with water is utilised by the paper-maker for bleaching the rag pulp.The Manufacture of Paper|Robert Walter Sindall
The first locomotive actuated by storage batteries was used at a bleaching works in France in 1882.
If, after pressing and bleaching, the oils should retain too dark a color, they are then bleached again.The Arctic Whaleman|Lewis Holmes