noun, plural wash·cloths [wosh-klawth z, -kloth z, -klawths, -kloths, wawsh-] /ˈwɒʃˌklɔðz, -ˌklɒðz, -ˌklɔθs, -ˌklɒθs, ˈwɔʃ-/.
- washed out,
- washed up,
Origin of washcloth
Examples from the Web for washcloth
Is there a more dreadful sensation than that of your stomach wringing itself out like a washcloth?
I took a washcloth, made it really hot, put it over my chest, and prayed, ‘Please don’t let them grow any bigger!
A washcloth can be made thus by weaving it of narrow pieces of cheesecloth.Home Occupations for Boys and Girls|Bertha Johnston
When I blew the last note, I was wrung out as a washcloth, but I summoned the energy to zip over to the hatch and block it.Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom|Cory Doctorow
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
After we had finished with the basin of hot water, Mrs. Wong took advantage of it, having found her own washcloth in the meantime.Have We No Rights?|Mabel Williamson
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