[wosh-uh n-wair, wawsh-]
- noting or pertaining to a garment that can be washed, that dries quickly, and that requires little or no ironing; drip-dry.
Origin of wash-and-wear
First recorded in 1955–60
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Related Words for wash-and-wearready-to-wear
- (of fabrics, garments, etc) requiring only light washing, short drying time, and little or no ironing
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