dishcloth dishcloth


  • (n) a cloth for washing dishes


  1. Back at the house, his wife kneaded the dough for the day's bread, then took soap and dishcloth to wash the Mason jars in which she was about to preserve apple butter.
  2. Occasionally the towel is about the size of an un-Sanforized dishcloth.
  3. Unlined and made of a prewar 5 cotton string dishcloth and a flimsy 10 plastic closure, the thing was priced at $2.

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  • "The matron beat me as usual, and wrapped a dishcloth around my finger, and I walked seven miles to see the village doctor," Courtenay said.
    on Oct 16, 2008 By: Bryce Courtenay Source: Daily Telegraph

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