Wash out(?), v. i. & t. 1. to be removed by washing; -- of spots and stains, especially on clothing.
2. to be removed, broken, or destroyed by the action of flowing water; as, the bridge was
washed out by the flood.
3. to fail in a course of study or training, especially to leave before completion of the course.
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