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clothesline

noun as in hearsay

noun as in line drive

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“You don’t clean your underwear by hanging them on the clothesline for a week and airing it out,” Warren says.

After that I hung them up on my backyard clothesline and weighed them every ten minutes for an hour to see how quickly they dried.

A hulking defender breaks into the backfield and takes him down with a vicious clothesline tackle.

New Hampshire, after all, is the home of a law prohibiting the hanging of lingerie on a clothesline near an airport.

On the last Sunday in March, Marina is hanging diapers on a flimsy clothesline stuck in the grass in the small backyard.

One of her four books, The Clothesline Diet, was also published in the U.S.

She spent 13 months pacing around her clothesline and lost all the weight.

Taking the scissors from Violet's workbag, she cut the laundry bag carefully into two pieces, saving the cord for a clothesline.

A small box is fastened to one post, to provide a place for the clothesline and the clothespins.

She thinks she recognizes that quilt—she missed one off her clothesline several nights ago.

She's grow on som' clothesline jus' biffore de back part of dose house of madame hon Lakeveele.

Little Jim meanwhile amused himself by trying to rope the family cat with a piece of clothesline.

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On this page you'll find 179 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clothesline, such as: best-seller, book, drama, fable, fantasy, and imagination.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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