How To Use Washing day In A Sentence

  • 'Mr. Moore, a lady called to inquire after you: none of the women were about: it is washing day, and the maids are over the crown of the head in soap-suds in the back-kitchen; so I asked her to step up.' Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte
  • You could go outside without your cloak now, and washing day was (thank the Lord!) again held outside, not inside the hot, steamy kitchen.
  • On washing day it was my job to wring out the washing by turning the mangle for her.
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