washday

[ UK /wˈɒʃde‍ɪ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a day set aside for doing household laundry
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How To Use washday In A Sentence

  • If Nanny was in a good mood, she would put a bowl of water with a smattering of washing powder added onto a chair and I would have my own washday on Monday for my dolls clothes.
  • On washdays, the tub was filled with cold water using buckets, and a wood or coal fire was stoked up.
  • Monday morning, in a house where washday begins, must be dreadful for the man of the house.
  • It was the boys' job to light the copper at 6 a.m. on washdays.
  • It needed to be an easy meal as Monday was washday and especially busy.
  • Mam had always used red and white check cloths which she boiled up in the copper on washday. THE GOLDEN LION
  • On washdays, the tub was filled with cold water using buckets, and a wood or coal fire was stoked up.
  • Here is the easy, labour-saving washday you've always wanted!
  • Once on a large washday she saw twelve men's shirts in the laundry and asked her mother, "Whose are these twelve shirts?
  • Turn off hot and cold water faucets going to tub between washdays to prevent water pressure strain on hoses.
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