(US, intransitive) To wash one's hands and/or face, often around mealtimes.
Dinner is almost ready, so go and wash up.
(intransitive, of water) To carry an object to land.
The whale was washed up on the beach.
Something or somebody that has once had it's peak of greatness far too long ago, and is now still being over used, over played, and is still pushed through the media, even though it's gotten extremely old, bland, worn out, and is just sad to still see around.
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Wash-up Sentence Examples
We had an Immortal wash up on our shores last night.
Since your castle was attacked, we.ve had an Ancient wash up on our shores, Death.s assassin sitting in our hall, and now this.
She'd seen Brady thrown from it and no bodies wash up on shore.
I'd like to see a body wash up and put an end to the argument.