- Also British, dish·clout [dish-klout]. /ˈdɪʃˌklaʊt/.
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How to use dishcloth in a sentence
Then let the spray sit for a few moments before wiping down with a wet dishcloth.
When a plastic board becomes scraggly enough to snag your dishcloth when you wash it, throw it out.
Last evening, when the cook was going to church, he pinned a dishcloth to her cloak, and she never found it out till she got back.Pippin; A Wandering Flame | Laura E. Richards
The dishcloth was hung away now, and every bit of work was done.The Pansy Magazine, April 1886 | Various
I did so, chose a dishcloth, and started to dry a pyramid of wet plates.Observations of an Orderly | Ward Muir
The dishcloth is the poorest thing with which to wipe pots and pans, for it cannot possibly be free from soap and grease.The Library of Work and Play: Housekeeping | Elizabeth Hale Gilman
"You haven't scalded the dishcloth in clean hot water as I told you to do," said Marilla immovably.Anne Of Green Gables | Lucy Maud Montgomery
British Dictionary definitions for dishcloth
a cloth or rag for washing or drying dishes: Also called (dialect): dishclout (ˈdɪʃˌkluːt)
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