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I pressed my services upon him, somewhat feebly, I own, for I can't bear dishwater; but he rejected my offer.
BLACK ROCKRALPH CONNOR
If however, it is necessary to be extremely economical with water, it is better to stint the dishwater than the rinsing water.
Primmie wept no more into the dishwater nor sighed despairingly when serving breakfast.
GALUSHA THE MAGNIFICENTJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
Mrs. Braley told it as a distinguished trait that Phebe would never set her hand in hot dishwater.
THE HAPPY ENDJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
Huldah persevered with her confession, dropping an occasional tear in the dishwater.
LADIES-IN-WAITINGKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
"Lazy rogue," she called him; and she said she'd precious quick throw some dirty dishwater over him, boiling hot, if he didn't go.
ENGLISH FAIRY TALESFLORA ANNIE STEEL
The cabin door opened, a woman stepped out, emptied a pan of dishwater, and entered the cabin again.
PRAIRIE FLOWERSJAMES B. HENDRYX
And as if this was not enough, she threatened to throw the dishwater on me.
THE GOOSE MANJACOB WASSERMANN
Here I go off and have an adventure and she has to slop around in dishwater.
As to the spoons, they get thrown away with the dishwater and sometimes into the fire.

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