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  • n  a cloth for washing dishes

  • Another can't relax until she washes a musty-smelling dishrag in the next room.
  • Instead of coming out of the treatment as limp as a dishrag, the recipient feels invigorated as well as relaxed.
  • Woodcock, collapsing like a damp dishrag, lay moaning groaning on the floor.

  • Gary Heavin in
    Like a wet dishrag, God wrung out everything I was proud of so that I would be totally dependent on him,says Heavin, now 48. "I told God, 'I've lived life my way and it's a mess. Now I'm giving it to you.'"

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