[ US /ˈwɑʃˌtəb/ ]
[ UK /wˈɒʃtʌb/ ]
  1. a tub in which clothes or linens can be washed
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How To Use washtub In A Sentence

  • Saxon got a sackful of the fish, and was compelled to make two trips in order to carry them home, where she salted them down in a wooden washtubs. CHAPTER XVI
  • Tin washtubs, available at most home centers, make great containers for beer and soft drinks.
  • Two days later and I had achieved a stomach that, if not washboard, was no longer in the washtub category.
  • Instead of chairs, there were large metal washtubs that all the present band members had turned over to sit on.
  • Frankly, I think they'll be better off with a clothesline and a washtub
  • All she'd done was to put a washtub on the ground square under the demijohn. CHAPTER II
  • Emily was sitting on a chair, next to the washtub, talking to Hannah, who was kneeling at the tub helping a girl bath.
  • They have a washtub and there is plenty of hot water.
  • They do all the cooking, cleaning, and laundry (in old-fashioned washtubs, with no electric dryers).
  • Then she spoke out: "My lad, the washtub is a saddle as won't carry double. Foul Play
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