dry-cleaned dry-cleaned

Definition(s):

  • (adj) cleaned with chemical solvents

Usage(s):

  1. One would think the women's clothes would be shredded and useless after the first week, but somehow they always appear dry-cleaned.
  2. Opportunity to get the good suit dry-cleaned before next case.
  3. It's been polished and burnished, pressed and dry-cleaned, into a Broadway musical that is super-ingratiating don't risk, can't miss.

News

  • Tide brand dry cleaners looking to break into D.C. market

    Want your dry-cleaned clothing to have that signature Tide laundry detergent smell? There's a new dry cleaning concept from that household-brand company that can make it happen.
    on February 19, 2014     Source: WTOP Radio Washington, DC

Quotes

  1. "Everything costs money......a coat of paint, some dry-cleaned curtains and the carpet spruced up but nothing more than that," says Banks about the cost.
    on Oct 29, 2007 By: John Banks Source: TVNZ

  2. "You couldn't wash them; they had to be dry-cleaned," Senesky said. "On the jerseys, you could see the salt marks on them after a while. You had to hang it up in your room after the games so it would dry out. There was no equipment manager....
    on Jun 19, 2010 By: George Senesky Source: Hoops Hype (blog)

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