Definition of Washhouse. Meaning of Washhouse. Synonyms of Washhouse

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Definition of Washhouse

Washhouse
Washhouse Wash"house`, n. An outbuilding for washing, esp. one for washing clothes; a laundry.

Meaning of Washhouse from wikipedia

- Baths and wash houses available for public use in Britain were first established in Liverpool. St. George's Pier Head salt-water baths were opened in 1828...
- the first public washhouse in Liverpool. Ten years later with public funds her efforts resulted in the opening of a combined washhouse and public baths...
- Killingworth, in 19th-century England. Miners are being g****ed in the washhouse and transformed into thugs and vandals, attacking men and machinery, being...
- yard. They included a cookhouse (separate kitchen building), pantry, washhouse (laundry), smokehouse, chicken house, spring house or ice house, milkhouse...
- The Bateau-Lavoir ("Washhouse Boat") is the nickname of a building in the Montmartre district of the 18th arrondis****t of Paris that is famous in art...
- arrangements were atrocious, with few latrines and a lack of clean water. Each washhouse had to service thousands of prisoners. In sectors BIa and BIb in Auschwitz...
- Lake Esrum (Danish: Esrum Sø, pronounced [ˈesʁɔm ˈsøˀ]) is the largest lake in Denmark by water volume and the second-largest lake by surface area, after...
- Washhouse in Sanremo, Italy, at about the turn of the 20th century...
- Walters Art Museum gives a panoramic view of the Seine river valley. Washhouses on Seine (1937) by Andrus Johani The department of Seine, abolished in...
- Secondo and along Via Legnano. The market square also hosts the former washhouse and public baths of the neighbourhood, among the oldest examples of their...
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