- n a self-service laundry (service mark Laundromat) where coin-operated washing machines are available to individual customers
- In a launderette full of suspicious white people, Galloway is challenged to address some key concerns.
- After graduation they married; when he was unable to find a teaching position, he labored in a launderette for $60 a week.
- Phil Akin was working his way through Iowa State University in 1983 by installing coin-operated machines on campus when he decided to start his kind of launderette, a place where .
- Chris Horsman in ic Wales
I had to quickly do a food shop at Sainsburys, then take all the laundry from the holiday to the launderette, pack my suitcase, amid a mad scramble to find where my boots were, and then it was off to Heathrow that afternoon,said Horsman....
- Glenda Jackson in guardian.co.uk
Ms Jackson said: "People find bemusing the quantities of money that is washing around like a vast launderette. It just seems to me to have become virtually farcical."