When a plastic board becomes scraggly enough to snag your dishcloth when you wash it, throw it out.
Mrs. Weston wheeled around abruptly in her surprise, and promptly dropped the dishcloth which she held in her hand.
In the fireplace a dishcloth is hanging on one of the fire-iron holders.
The old housekeeper let go her dishcloth, and turned about to look at Noll, as he stood before the fire.
The dishcloth was hung away now, and every bit of work was done.
Perhaps he was thinking of his own bruised head, which was still tied up in a dishcloth.
I did so, chose a dishcloth, and started to dry a pyramid of wet plates.
Wash them thoroughly with the dishcloth, scour with bath brick, and wipe dry.
One dishcloth and a couple of towels hung on a line across the corner of the room over the stove.
Patsey slung out the dishcloth and hung it up, and spread the towel on a bar across the window.