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Like the time we attempted to deep fry a turkey outside but it was so windy the fire kept going out, or when the dishwasher broke just as everything was coming out of the oven, submerging the kitchen floor in an inch of gray dishwater.

From Eater

The Silver Fox is colorful in a way that makes Tea Party characters like Ted Cruz or Allen West look dishwater dull by comparison.

This is Beltway territory; we thrive on dull-as-dishwater debates.

Without the bleaching of the sun his hair seemed dishwater blond, certainly not golden.

I pressed my services upon him, somewhat feebly, I own, for I can't bear dishwater; but he rejected my offer.

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.

Mrs. Braley told it as a distinguished trait that Phebe would never set her hand in hot dishwater.

Huldah persevered with her confession, dropping an occasional tear in the dishwater.

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dishwater, such as: bouillon, chowder, porridge, puree, borscht, and bowl.

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

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