wipe

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wipe

(wīp)
1. To rub with a fabric, e.g., for cleansing, sampling, or sterilizing a surface.
2. A piece of cloth or paper impregnated with an antiseptic or disinfectant.
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'This photo was taken after [Gavin Leatherwood] and [Jaz Sinclair] stormed into my room with coffee, blaring, 'It's a Beautiful Morning' by The Wipe Outs. It was [a] great way to wake up.'
I was only about an hour into my day when I succumbed to fatigue; and after a couple of minor wipe outs, I decided it was time to take a breather for a little while.