- wash·er·less, adjective
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How to use washer in a sentence
These fabric items can be easily rinsed out and thrown in the washer when doing a load of clothes.
It’ll also help your washer work more effectively, as it’s not trying to process a huge amount of soil.
I need prep people during the day and I could still use washers, among others.This Should Be a Boom Time for Restaurants. But Owners—and the Few Workers Remaining—Are Struggling | Emily Barone | June 29, 2021 | Time
Detaching the Yeti from its stand can send several small, easily lost washers in all directions, and those parts also make reattaching the Yeti to its stand somewhat of a hassle.Blue Microphones Yeti vs. Yeti X: Which Blue podcasting mic should you buy? | Billy Cadden | June 29, 2021 | Popular-Science
Of course, the city isn’t actively enforcing this, meaning drought cops don’t look for driveway washers to ticket.San Diego Is Relatively Drought-Proof – and Has Prices to Prove it | MacKenzie Elmer | June 28, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
A Manhattan window washer somehow survived a 47-story fall back in 2007, but such a miracle was not likely to repeat itself.
She knew what hauling water was, and she liked her washer-drier.
On Thursday, the LAPD arrested 22-year-old Samuel Arrington as he was attempting to torch a fuel tank on a pressure washer.
Police later arrested 22-year-old Samuel Arrington as he was attempting to torch a fuel tank on a pressure washer.Los Angeles Fires: Officials Race to Identify the Arsonist | Christine Pelisek | December 31, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
Our mothers their nurse-women, our sisters their scrub-women, our daughters their maid-women, and our wives their washer-women.
Although anmic, her general health is good, and she is able to do a full day's work as a washer-woman.A Statistical Inquiry Into the Nature and Treatment of Epilepsy | Alexander Hughes Bennett
The crank is then run through the bearing hole and a nut run on the threads and a washer placed against the nut.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2 | Various
A few moments later I had completed my task as general bottle-washer, and I cast about for something to occupy me.In Search of the Unknown | Robert W. Chambers
I worked as a dish-washer or pearl-diver for several weeks in Boston, and bought a very cheap second-hand suit.Tramping on Life | Harry Kemp
British Dictionary definitions for washer
a person or thing that washes
a flat ring or drilled disc of metal used under the head of a bolt or nut to spread the load when tightened
any flat ring of rubber, felt, metal, etc, used to provide a seal under a nut or in a tap or valve seat
See washing machine
chemical engineering a device for cleaning or washing gases or vapours; scrubber
Australian a face cloth; flannel
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