washable[ wosh-uh-buh l, waw-shuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF washable
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Of course, variations of all kinds can be made in washable rugs.
If curtains are preferred, they should be of chintz, or of some washable cotton or linen.
All the walls in the building were whitewashed and washable.
The attendant should wear a washable gown that completely covers her clothing.
To wear a washable gown (which is to be taken off on leaving the room).
Oil colour when flatted makes a nice wall, whether "stippled" or plain, and is both durable and washable.
Delivery shall take place in a room with washable walls, ceilings and doors.
If hard usage is expected half cowhide, with sides of some kind of washable cloth, is preferable.
The suit was washable, and hence was usually donned by men doing dirty work or in hot weather in the summer.
For not only must they be of this washable nature, but they must be of a character to resist the influence of the heat.