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Definition of "wipe off" [wipe off]

  • To remove something by wiping. (verb)
  • To destroy completely, leaving no trace (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wipe off" in a sentence
  • "But by then my gun is tight against his side, and as he stares at me with the same shocked expression the mortician had to wipe off Feif, Walco, and Rochie, I shoot him."
  • "But one is apt to forget, in doing this, that there is one thing which we cannot wipe off the slate, -- namely, ourselves, not taken in the Bergsonian sense alone, but as fully fledged persons, possessed of the very qualities for which we undertake to search, yet without the possession of which the search could not begin."
  • "The pride of every individual in the nation suffers under the ignominies they have lately been exposed to and I think the states general will give money for a war to wipe off the reproach."