noun, plural wash·cloths [wosh-klawth z, -kloth z, -klawths, -kloths, wawsh-] /ˈwɒʃˌklɔðz, -ˌklɒðz, -ˌklɔθs, -ˌklɒθs, ˈwɔʃ-/.
Origin of washcloth
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Contemporary Examples of washcloth
Is there a more dreadful sensation than that of your stomach wringing itself out like a washcloth?Why My Norovirus Panic Makes Me Sick
January 5, 2015
I took a washcloth, made it really hot, put it over my chest, and prayed, ‘Please don’t let them grow any bigger!Kim Kardashian’s Motherhood Guide
January 4, 2013
Historical Examples of washcloth
Then I mumbled thanks, and reached wearily for my washcloth.
A washstand should be furnished with a sponge or washcloth, and a small towel, for wiping the basin after using it.A Treatise on Domestic Economy
Catherine Esther Beecher
A washcloth can be made thus by weaving it of narrow pieces of cheesecloth.Home Occupations for Boys and Girls
After we had finished with the basin of hot water, Mrs. Wong took advantage of it, having found her own washcloth in the meantime.
Hanging on a wooden peg driven into a hole, drilled in the cabin's wall, were a clean towel and washcloth.The Spell of the White Sturgeon
James Arthur Kjelgaard