Also, your garments are as wrinkled as though you'd been put through a wringer.
Get a strong barrel and a pounder—such as used by washerwomen; also a wringer.
Thus, the clothes are wrung as dry as in a wringer of the roller type.
Never leave a wringer with the pressure on the rollers when not in use.
But close—say, that man's so close he puts every copper through the wringer.
Judging from his looks, he might have been run through a wringer.
Have a cup of coffee; you sure look as though you've been through a wringer.
Then Dinah put Raggedy Ann's feet in the wringer and turned the crank.
A smart man is this Sagasta, an' wan that can put a crimp in th' ca-ards that ye cudden't take out with a washerwoman's wringer.
Here stood a washing machine run by electric motor and a wringer run by the same motor (Fig. 143).