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dirty clothes

noun as in wash

noun as in washing

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But—dishwasher to load, homework to do, dirty clothes all over bedroom floor—try getting their attention.

The boy had only his dirty clothes, a sleeping bag, and heavy field glasses that hung from his neck.

She was in dirty clothes and suffered from numerous skin irritations, including head lice when she was rescued from the camp.

His dirty clothes did not always make it into the laundry basket.

He would wander the house in dirty clothes, and leave for days at a time to go on drug binges.

He was so terrified at the incident that he rushed into bed in his dirty clothes, much to the surprise and dismay of his family.

It is thrown down in a corner as soon as a person enters a house, where it lies like a heap of dirty clothes.

He tiptoed to a corner where an old travelling trunk lay under a pile of dirty clothes.

Reassured by his regular breathing, she gathered together a bundle of dirty clothes and went out to a wash-house near by.

Other children in the same story are said to have on “disgracefully dirty clothes.”

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dirty clothes, such as: cleaning, shampoo, washing, ablution, bathe, and cleansing.

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

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