Examples of dirty laundry in a Sentence
The company is trying to keep its dirty laundry from being aired in public.
Recent Examples of dirty laundry from the Web
Pressbox, launched in 2013 by University of Notre Dame graduates Vijen Patel and Drew McKenna, allows customers to drop off their dirty laundry at any time in one of the company’s lockers, mainly located in high-rise apartment buildings and offices.
Becca was unhappy about dirty laundry being aired before a crowd, and the other men complained that Chris was so volatile.
In completely unsurprising news, Meghan Markle’s dad, Thomas Markle Sr., is continuing to air his dirty laundry to the press.
He was arrested, hauled before Congress and the judge, but for various reasons the whole matter gets dropped because then, as now, Congress doesn’t like to air its dirty laundry in public.
While the duo aired most of their dirty laundry on 2016's Lemonade and 2017's 4:44, Everything Is Love still offers a revealing look at the famously private couple.
The report itself is a grandiose airing of the FBI's dirty laundry: Internal disagreements, bad decisions, troubling conduct, insubordination and more.
The spacious front-zip pocket, plus three more on the outside, keep everything from toiletries to dirty laundry tidy.
Tomorrow: We air even more dirty laundry — well, old laundry.
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DIRTY LAUNDRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dirty laundry for English Language Learners
: private information that causes shame and embarrassment when it is made public
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