white goods

NOUN
  1. drygoods for household use that are typically made of white cloth
  2. large electrical home appliances (refrigerators or washing machines etc.) that are typically finished in white enamel
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How To Use white goods In A Sentence

  • The power supply was intermittent, and imported white goods had imposed a further strain on the electricity grid. Dusty Warriors: Modern Soldiers at War
  • The docket, with ratings from A to F, is similar to those displayed on fridges and other white goods, and presents the consumer with information about how they can save money and help the environment.
  • The white goods giant is facing industrial action over a 1.5 per cent pay increase offer. The Sun
  • They said the park's units were only supposed to be available for retailers selling bulky items such as carpets, furniture and electrical white goods.
  • Councils spend 1bn a year clearing up rubbish ranging from discarded sweet wrappers to abandoned white goods. Times, Sunday Times
  • The power supply was intermittent, and imported white goods had imposed a further strain on the electricity grid. Dusty Warriors: Modern Soldiers at War
  • Many of those losing their homes are bearing up, making ironic jokes and getting on with salvaging upstairs furniture and white goods. Times, Sunday Times
  • Only the elite, flush with oil money, could afford the white goods and Japanese sound - systems.
  • White goods are becoming increasingly popular to buy online, with internet sales now accounting for 6.6% of the market.
  • In the liquor business, bourbon and whiskey are known as brown goods and gin and vodka as white goods. THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF BRANDING
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