wash-and-wear

NOUN
  1. a fabric treated to be easily washable and to require no ironing
ADJECTIVE
  1. treated so as to be easily or quickly washed and dried and requiring little or no ironing
    a wash-and-wear shirt
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How To Use wash-and-wear In A Sentence

  • This detangler also doubles as a defining lotion, so it's perfect for wash-and-wear.
  • Avoid wrinkles by choosing lightweight knits and woven polyesters such as georgette or similarly textured fabrics that have wash-and-wear, wrinkle-free qualities.
  • a wash-and-wear shirt
  • In 1958, wash-and-wear cotton clothes hit the consumer market.
  • As my wife pointed out, it's one thing to wash a shirt - most of mine are wash-and-wear - it's another thing to get a tie cleaned.
  • My own mother has lived her full career as grandmother in wash-and-wear gear, also alien to me, although she has mustered fashionable dress on state occasions.
  • Avoid wrinkles by choosing lightweight knits and woven polyesters such as georgette or similarly textured fabrics that have wash-and-wear, wrinkle-free qualities.
  • Fashion in clothing is a kind of living archeology, a wash-and-wear history.
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