noun, plural dish·cloths [dish-klawth z, -kloth z, -klawths, -kloths] /ˈdɪʃˌklɔðz, -ˌklɒðz, -ˌklɔθs, -ˌklɒθs/.
Origin of dishcloth
Examples from the Web for dishcloth
Contemporary Examples of dishcloth
When a plastic board becomes scraggly enough to snag your dishcloth when you wash it, throw it out.The Dirty Truth About Cutting Boards
September 1, 2009
Historical Examples of dishcloth
In the fireplace a dishcloth is hanging on one of the fire-iron holders.The Memoirs of Victor Hugo
Exultant Bobs could not refrain from waving the dishcloth she still held.Bobs, a Girl Detective
Grace May North
The dishcloth was hung away now, and every bit of work was done.
There, said she, look at that dishcloth; somebodys comin sure as preachin.Randy's Summer
I did so, chose a dishcloth, and started to dry a pyramid of wet plates.Observations of an Orderly