Examples of dirty laundry in a Sentence
The company is trying to keep its dirty laundry from being aired in public.
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Anti-Muslim sentiment has made Muslims balk at publicly airing their dirty laundry; nobody wants to fan the already raging flames of Islamophobia.
Stash dirty laundry in a hamper, which doubles as a convenient way to carry clothes to and from the laundry room. 4.
Without any people around, the bugs were twice as likely to gravitate towards the dirty laundry.
This isn't the first time these exes have aired their dirty laundry in the media, as the two went back and forth in 2015 in a series of articles published in Billboard and Rolling Stone.
Moura understands this; after all the build up to the summer Olympics in Rio certainly aired his country's dirty laundry of political corruptness, environmental dangers and more to the rest of the world.
In other words, airing your dirty laundry in public just got a whole lot more stylish.
According to a new study, bed bugs are attracted to dirty laundry—so keeping worn clothes off the floor may help prevent their spread from place to place.
Pfeiffer leaves a wreck in the kitchen, brings her dirty laundry into the basement, and breaks a very important rock in Bardem's study.
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First Known Use of dirty laundry
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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