Examples of laundry in a Sentence
There's a pile of dirty laundry in the laundry basket.
The patients' sheets are sent regularly to the hospital laundry.
Recent Examples of laundry from the Web
The site provides shelter nightly for up to 45 homeless people, plus meals, laundry, showers and van service to Laguna’s bus depot.
If your home is anything like ours, your number one cleaning enemy is dust (OK, and pet hair and dishes and laundry too).
Here is a list of companies in the tour and the addresses for their projects: Advantage Remodel: addition project (kitchen, bath/laundry, garage) at 15155 W. Lisbon Road, Brookfield.
Home care aides help with activities of daily living, such as laundry, bathing, cooking and dressing.
The camps will be complete with food-service facilities, a convenience store, laundries, entertainment rooms, and medical services.
The seven-bedroom, 12-bathroom house has a home theater, gym, multiple kitchens and laundry rooms, and a resort-style pool with a lazy river.
Rotondo, however, was reportedly anything but, seemingly enjoying the media coverage, vowing to appeal, and noting that—other than providing free housing—his parents did not support him by doing things like feeding him or doing his laundry.
Just walked in the laundry room to find the baby drinking out of the dog’s water bowl.
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LAUNDRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of laundry for English Language Learners
: clothes, towels, sheets, etc., that need to be washed or that have been washed
: a business or place where clothes, towels, sheets, etc., are washed and dried
LAUNDRY Defined for Kids
Definition of laundry for Students
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