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Washers

ˈwɒʃ.ər

Meanings of Washers:

noun

A person or device that washes something.

Usage examples:

A glass washer

Washerwoman

ˈwɒʃəwʊmən

Meanings of Washerwoman:

noun

A woman whose occupation is washing clothes.

Usage examples:

On the outskirts of the city by the river i watch washerwomen scrub clothes at giant water tanks.

Washerwomen

ˈwɒʃəwʊmən

Meanings of Washerwomen:

noun

A woman whose occupation is washing clothes.

Usage examples:

On the outskirts of the city by the river i watch washerwomen scrub clothes at giant water tanks.

Meanings of Washery:

noun

(in the mining industry) a place where coal is washed.

Usage examples:

Factors such as the infrastructure committed to transporting millions of tonnes of coal from mines …

Washes

wɒʃ

Meanings of Washes:

verb

Clean with water and, typically, soap or detergent.

Usage examples:

Auntie lou had washed all their clothes
noun

An act of washing something or an instance of being washed.

Usage examples:

Her hair needs a wash

Meanings of Washhouse:

noun

An outhouse or room in which clothes are washed.

Washier

ˈwɒʃ.i

Meanings of Washier:

adjective

(of food or drink) too watery.

Usage examples:

Washy potatoes

Washiest

ˈwɒʃ.i

Meanings of Washiest:

adjective

(of food or drink) too watery.

Usage examples:

Washy potatoes

Meanings of Washing:

noun

The action of washing oneself or laundering clothes, bed linen, etc.

Usage examples:

Her arms were red to the elbow from doing other people's washing
verb

Clean with water and, typically, soap or detergent.

Usage examples:

Auntie lou had washed all their clothes

Meanings of Washing-powder:

noun

A powder used in a washing machine to wash clothes

Usage examples:

This washing powder doesn't seem to get the clothes very clean., some washing powders are pure soap…

Washing-up-liquid

ˌwɒʃ.ɪŋˈʌp ˌlɪk.wɪd

Meanings of Washing-up-liquid:

noun

A thick liquid detergent, added to hot water when washing pans, knives and forks, etc.

Washington

ˈwɒʃ.ɪŋ.tən

Meanings of Washington:

proper noun

A state of the north-western us, on the coast of the pacific ocean; population 6,549,224 (est. 2008); capital, olympia. it became the 42nd state in 1889.

noun

The capital city of the united states, situated in the northeastern part of the country

Usage examples:

There are direct flights from london to washington, d.c., the city of washington was founded in 179…

Washingtonian

ˌwɒʃɪŋˈtəʊnɪən

Meanings of Washingtonian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the us state of washington or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

The washingtonian forests
noun

A native or inhabitant of the us state of washington.

Usage examples:

Washingtonians enjoy all four seasons in a moderate climate

Washingtonians

ˌwɒʃɪŋˈtəʊnɪən

Meanings of Washingtonians:

noun

A native or inhabitant of the us state of washington.

Usage examples:

Washingtonians enjoy all four seasons in a moderate climate
adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the us state of washington or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

The washingtonian forests

Washland

ˈwɒʃland

Meanings of Washland:

noun

Land that is periodically flooded by a river or stream.

Usage examples:

‘i have got information from the office of the deputy prime minister that states quite clearly that…

Washout

ˈwɒʃ.aʊt

Meanings of Washout:

noun

An event or period that is spoiled by constant or heavy rain.

Usage examples:

Last summer was a bit of a washout here

Washouts

ˈwɒʃ.aʊt

Meanings of Washouts:

noun

An event or period that is spoiled by constant or heavy rain.

Usage examples:

Last summer was a bit of a washout here

Washrag

ˈwɒʃraɡ

Meanings of Washrag:

noun

A facecloth.

Usage examples:

There are clean towels and washrags under the sink and shampoo is already in the shower.

Washrags

ˈwɒʃraɡ

Meanings of Washrags:

noun

A facecloth.

Usage examples:

There are clean towels and washrags under the sink and shampoo is already in the shower.

Washroom

ˈwɒʃ.ruːm

Meanings of Washroom:

noun

A room with washing and toilet facilities.

Usage examples:

Refurbishing the toilets and washrooms will cost more than it would in other schools, because the p…

Meanings of Washrooms:

noun

A room with washing and toilet facilities.

Usage examples:

Refurbishing the toilets and washrooms will cost more than it would in other schools, because the p…

Washstand

ˈwɒʃstand

Meanings of Washstand:

noun

A piece of furniture formerly used to hold a jug, bowl, or basin for the purpose of washing one's hands and face.

Usage examples:

It comes complete with a tiny wicker basket full of fruit, a dressing table and a washstand and tow…

Washstands

ˈwɒʃstand

Meanings of Washstands:

noun

A piece of furniture formerly used to hold a jug, bowl, or basin for the purpose of washing one's hands and face.

Usage examples:

It comes complete with a tiny wicker basket full of fruit, a dressing table and a washstand and tow…

Washtub

ˈwɒʃtʌb

Meanings of Washtub:

noun

A large metal tub used for washing clothes and linen.

Usage examples:

After all, the band hall was a portable, the chairs were overturned metal washtubs, there was no ai…

Washtubs

ˈwɒʃtʌb

Meanings of Washtubs:

noun

A large metal tub used for washing clothes and linen.

Usage examples:

After all, the band hall was a portable, the chairs were overturned metal washtubs, there was no ai…

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