sponged


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sponged

mod. thirsty. I gotta get a drink, man. I’m sponged!
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References in classic literature ?
Rochester opened the shirt of the wounded man, whose arm and shoulder were bandaged: he sponged away blood, trickling fast down.
She sponged a spot on her left cheek energetically.
With wide-open mouth he was breathing the towel-driven air furnished by two of the seconds, while listening to the counsel of still another second who talked with low voice in his ear and at the same time sponged off his face, shoulders, and chest.
His heated body was sponged with water, doused with it, and bottles were turned mouth-downward on his head.
After that, I'm sponged and rubbed down--and rest in the cottage.
Come, come, my girl, I said, "your past life is all sponged out.