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
Contestants appeared set up for heartbreak, manipulations seemed built-in for maximum humiliation, emotional weaknesses felt exploited, past dirty laundry was nearly inevitably aired.
Urey left home every day at 5:30 a.m. in a crisp T-shirt and creased slacks, dirty laundry under his arm.
The dirty laundry that’s going to come out and the negative publicity?
In 2011, the court finally ordered Frank McCourt to pay his former wife and Dodgers ex-CEO $131 million as part of their settlement, ending a case that aired dirty laundry, including the couple’s lavish spending habits.
Was that pile of dirty laundry visible in the frame?
As Johana Bhuiyan points out at Recode, the discovery process of the suit had already aired damaging dirty laundry about Uber’s behavior under Khosrowshahi’s predecessor as CEO, Uber founder Travis Kalanick.
Players-only meetings were held and dirty laundry was aired out in the press.
The French director teams with writers Julian Fellowes and Tim Rose Price, as well as cinematographer Sebastian Winterø, for this gorgeous adaptation trafficking in the delightfully wicked dirty laundry of the landed gentry.
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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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