or brain-wash, brain wash
verb (used with object)
Origin of brainwash
Examples from the Web for brainwash
Icons is the attempt of Mr. Brainwash, who represents himself, to storm New York.
Over time, he became a street artist himself: the splendidly named Mr. Brainwash.
A friend had heard that Mr. Brainwash had staked everything he had on this show.
This makes any attempts to brainwash the enlisted men impracticable and a great deal of pressure is thereby removed.I Was a Teen-Age Secret Weapon|Richard Sabia
British Dictionary definitions for brainwash
Word Origin and History for brainwash
1955 (past participle adjective brainwashed attested from 1953); see brainwashing.