clothes basket[ klohz-bas-kit, -bah-skit, klohth z- ]SEE DEFINITION OF clothes basket
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Here's a clothes basket for the small parcels, John, if you've got any there.
No sooner was he outside than he laughed so heartily that he fell into a clothes basket.
It is made of a clothes basket, an iron rod and two ordinary chairs.
"Perhaps ye may," said the girl, as she picked up the clothes basket.
Mrs. O'Neil grabbed the newspaper and thrust it back of a clothes basket.
Wesley took the clothes basket from the back porch and started in the direction of the cellar.
The genius that was to realise Falstaff is disclosed in the drawing of a drummer boy discovered in a clothes basket.
John and his mother came in with the clothes basket as she started to wring out the mop to wipe the first corner finished.
To-day the florist in the village sent a clothes basket full of roses to the Ambulance for the fete.
Philippina avenged herself by purposely ruining the sheets, towels, and shirts that lay in the clothes basket.