He needed water to wash out his eyes, but there was no time.
He would wash it out at the first water they came to.
You two were the only ones left, every other man had washed out.
Most of the blood was going to wash out anyway, she knew.
It doesn't matter if I feel a bit washed out in the morning.
"Hold still, let me get you some water to wash out your mouth."
Both felt a little washed out after the night flight.
He had no memory at all of being washed out.
"Can you hold him while I wash out what he was wearing?"
If there's nothing else, I can at least wash those out with water from the bar.
He was a good deal knocked about, but soon came to himself.
There are still some of the old guard knocking about.
You can't knock about as I do without coming up against them all the time.
One Hero, even knocked about, could take on more humans than this.
He shrugged his shoulders No; just sort of knocking about.
After half an hour of being knocked about, we called it quits.
The fact is he does get himself knocked about.
Far away there was the sound of tennis balls being knocked about.
All of us were knocked about in some way.
She didn't like to see me being knocked about.
You'd want to knock about a bit in the world.
They may be knocking on our back door just about any time.
And he knocked back about a third of the red liquid in his glass.
The contract would require knocking about $200 billion a year out of a $1.5 trillion budget.
They were soon knocking about the galley together, making sandwiches.
"I expect we knocked a few of them about a bit," said the visitor.
Sam grinned, which knocked about ten years off his age.
And she come knocking for me about two month's later.
Got your friend here all right, though they've knocked him about a bit.
At least he won't be here to knock her about any more!