Recent Examples of ironing board from the Web
The penthouse suite has been emptied of all its contents, save for an ironing board.
Just past the kitchen are a few more surprises waiting, as the back corner of the space hosts a laundry center, complete with an ironing board hidden in a cabinet.
Four-and-a-half hours before tip-off Dwane Casey heads downstairs, to the basement of his three-story brownstone in midtown Toronto, and lowers the ironing board from the rack on the laundry room wall.
The bedrooms that guests stay in have an ironing board, a closet, drawers, window treatments and beds with soft, clean bedding and comfortable mattresses.
Much has been written and recorded about our hair struggles, but our devotion to the iron and ironing board, even during the dog days of summer, deserves some recognition.
Humor is never far away: A woman irons on an ironing board, another woman appears, and the first woman irons first her hair, then her entire body, and, suddenly, pow.
Next was Sarah Boone, who received a U.S. government patent from the state of Connecticut for an improvement on the ironing board in 1892.
The victim told police Mitchell entered the room, grabbed her by the neck and pushed her against the ironing board.
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IRONING BOARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ironing board for English Language Learners
: a flat, padded surface on which clothes are ironed
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