wipe away

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Synonyms for wipe away

remove by wiping

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EMOTIONAL MP Stephen Pound and onlooker wipe away tears
The tears in our eyes we can wipe away but the ache in our hearts will never go away.
1 : to make free of dust : brush or wipe away dust <dust furniture>
So before adding new grease, use a cloth to wipe away any dirt and sand from the relief valve.
So wipe away the tears and take heart in the fact that the Royles are still watching the telly and reigning supreme.
El Camino Real's Aubree Poldinec, left, and Kelly Oswald wipe away tears after losing to San Pedro in the City semifinals.
Not only do they remove shadows and bags under your eyes but can be used to wipe away lines and bring light to dark areas of your face in an instant.
Many go repeatedly - it is believed to cleanse the soul and wipe away sin.
But be careful: Some are complicated because they were designed for experts, and a too-quick click of a button may wipe away more than your target data files.
For she notes that 'factories or tax-free assembly zones in the poorest countries of Central and South America and Asia emulate the worst conditions to be found in Victorian mills', and she compares the treatment of European industrial sites with the way in which in South Yorkshire, almost every trace of former activity has been erased, 'as if to wipe away memories of mining and the bitter disputes that hastened its end'.
The Restoration was, after all, self-defined as no new thing under the sun, but an attempt to wipe away the years of Interregnum, to enact "Oblivion.
We know that God will wipe away all tears, and that mourning and pain will be no more.
LEEDS will look to make a new start today after new chairman Professor John McKenzie continued to wipe away the last vestiges of the Peter Ridsdale regime.
Polish buildup and the dirt embedded in it muddy the finish but will wipe away.