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
A few days later, Chris and Kitchens and a couple other guys started staying there, too, with their own laundry baskets.
Families can do multiple loads of laundry a week, and at a laundromat, that can cost $100 or more per month.
Police had been called to the apartment complex more than 5,000 times in the past five years, including for a homicide and the rape of a woman in a laundry room by a stranger, Maloney said.
The house is split into compartments, with each one containing two bedrooms with bathrooms, a living room, kitchen and laundry facility.
One of the microbes, Moraxella osloensis, can cause infections in people with a weak immune system and is also known for making laundry stink, possibly explaining your sponge’s funky odor.
The girls waited tables in the dining room, washed laundry and learned to sew.
William F. Buckley’s fight against the Birchers and their leader, Robert Welch, developed slowly and with no little anguish about airing the Right’s dirty laundry in public.
But year round, American Apparel lingerie met a specific need, closing the psychological and logistical gap between practical, cotton, period/laundry undies and capital-L Lingerie.
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