dishwater

[ UK /dˈɪʃwɔːtɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. water in which dishes and cooking utensils are washed
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How To Use dishwater In A Sentence

  • The manband in question, the Overtones, are both dull as dishwater and half as attractive in total as the cleft in Gary Barlow's chin, but they do add a layer of crapulous doowop harmony that really does make everything better. This week's new singles
  • One a redhead and one is, I call a dishwater blonde, came in and sat down at the center table, center row. My Dark Places
  • You may expedite the removal process by adding some bleach to your dishwater or simply soaking hands in bleach water solution.
  • By the time Ben, the night bartender, arrived to relieve me, my feet ached, my sweater was ruined by splattered grease, and I was up to my elbows in dishwater. How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf
  • And the hair she thought was golden blond is dishwater at the roots. Amaryllis in Blueberry
  • The water in the river, like green dishwater, is flowing in our direction now.
  • Not wanting to disturb him, Inger lifted the pan of dirty dishwater and headed for the door; but Ben heard her steps and exploded out of his chair.
  • His hair was blond sans dishwater and his eyes were a pale aqua green, “like the water of Lake Huron when it laps the shores of Mackinac Island,” his mother used to say—before she stopped noticing. Amaryllis in Blueberry
  • As for the coffee, dishwater would have tasted better!
  • Other things that you may like to consider is to incorporate a dishwater and a washing machine.
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