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How to use washday in a sentence
Growing up, Richardson absorbed washday secrets from an extended family of women and he learned the appeal of laundry hung on a line outside.
After carefully creasing the folds, pull the paper out slightly and put it in the tub for the next washday (Fig. 68).Little Folks' Handy Book | Lina Beard
But over here, with coal and wood even scarcer, we drill on washday, whether or no.The Stars & Stripes, Vol 1, No 1, February 8, 1918 | American Expeditionary Forces
They little thought that Monday would afterward be kept as washday.
And Mrs. Ducker calls to see Ma nearly every washday now, just when she's busiest, and so Pa has to sit and entertain her.Anderson Crow, Detective | George Barr McCutcheon
It is washday all the week round, for a change of clothing is scarce among the poor.How the Other Half Lives | Jacob A. Riis
British Dictionary definitions for washday
a day on which clothes and linen are washed, often the same day each week
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