Definition of Laundry. Meaning of Laundry. Synonyms of Laundry

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Definition of Laundry

Laundry
Laundry Laun"dry, n.; pl. Laundries. [OE. lavendrie, OF. lavanderie. See Launder.] 1. A laundering; a washing. 2. A place or room where laundering is done.

Meaning of Laundry from wikipedia

- Laundry is the washing of clothing and other textiles, and, more broadly, their drying and ironing as well. Laundry has been part of history since humans...
- The Laundry is a tabletop role-playing game published by Cubicle 7 in 2010. The game is based on novelist Charles Stross's The Laundry Files series. The...
- Laundry detergent is a type of detergent (cleaning agent) used for cleaning dirty laundry (clothes). Laundry detergent is manufactured in powder (washing...
- dirty laundry collected and organised, and can prevent clothes from getting lost or mixed up. Laundry baskets are often placed in a bathroom or laundry room...
- The French Laundry is a three-Michelin-star French and Californian cuisine restaurant located in Yountville, California, in the Napa Valley. Sally Schmitt...
- The Troy Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd. was a Troy, New York, laundry machinery manufacturing company which incorporated on January 1, 1881. The company...
- Mika's Laundry is the debut studio album by rapper and former Brockhampton member Matt Champion, released on March 22, 2024, by RCA Records. The album...
- Laundry Service (Spanish: Servicio de Lavandería) is the fifth studio album and first English-language album by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira, globally...
- Look up dirty laundry in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Dirty laundry (or dirty linen) refers to embarr****ing private matters that one would prefer...
- Magdalene asylums, also known as Magdalene laundries, were initially Protestant but later mostly Roman Catholic institutions that operated from the 18th...