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laundry list

noun as in to-do list

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It will contain natural ingredients, unlike most shower soaps and shampoos that are loaded with a laundry list of chemicals that will dry you out.

Even this piece, this opportunity that I have as an autistic writer to explore the impact of Atypical as more than a laundry list of what I think it did and didn’t get right about autism, is a sliver of progress.

From Time

The buzzword laundry lists probably make some people feel special or individual for being able to get them.

From Vox

A laundry list of nations attempted — some quietly, others publicly — to shape American opinion ahead of the presidential election last November in a bid to get their preferred candidate elected.

From Ozy

Part of a tired strategy employed in Colombia which people now openly question, this laundry list of armed groups detailed by Molano has also been repeated by the president and the district attorney.

These are two in a laundry list of troubling connections between the two companies.

Lie Down with Lions (1985) gave a shoutout to gays in a laundry list of human rights to worry about.

This issue is the most contentious in a laundry list of redactions Feinstein has now asked the White House to reverse.

He was, in short, a walking laundry list of the social problems that have seized our social narrative.

He mentioned the law among a laundry list of accomplishments made by the GOP-run legislature.

In the morning sunshine she finds that it is an old laundry list.

Learn to make out a laundry list and to check it when the laundry comes home.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to laundry list, such as: agenda, enumeration, shopping list, want list, and wish list.

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