clothesline[ klohz-lahyn, klohth z- ]SEE DEFINITION OF clothesline
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLOTHESLINE
A man had cut a clothesline in his yard and had brought it to the bridge.
She says her clothesline goes out fifty feet, and they have a phonograph.
There was a clothesline strung down the whole length of the kitchen.
The broom had swept from under the stove those lengths of clothesline.
Grab that clothesline and tie their hands behind their backs.
The longer and larger end of the pole is used as a clothesline pole.
But the clothesline was so high that Puss had been forced to climb a stepladder.
At the lower end of the clothesline was a strong steel snap.
One day he went down to the lake with a piece of clothesline.
"Wonder if a sheet has blown off the clothesline," said grandma.