spin-dryer


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spin-dryer

a device that extracts water from clothes, linen, etc., by spinning them in a perforated drum
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The 'whites' came out of the spin-dryer so soiled I was ashamed to hang them out.
The sale features a range of weird and wonderful artefacts, including a large wooden bathing tub used by Georgian laundry girls, 18th century leather fire buckets, Victorian metal dog collars and a 19th century spin-dryer.
PUT the baby in an infant seat and rest it against the side of a running spin-dryer so the baby gets that buzzing sound and vibration through the seat,' suggests paediatric nurse Helen Nelville.
Labour's spin-dryer was hastily reacting to the raft of newspaper stories about roadworks being out of control.
The dirty washing story has at least eclipsed the now 10 year-old tale of the time I broke the spin-dryer door.
Next month's sale features a range of weird and wonderful artefacts, including a large wooden bathing tub used by Georgian laundry girls, 18th century leather fire buckets, Victorian metal dog collars and a 19th century spin-dryer.
MARGARET Lawson will never forget the day she bought a spin-dryer because the neighbours came to visit.
A Man pushed a 15-month-old toddler into a spin-dryer and left him to whizz round so he could watch telly in peace.
Let them poke their snouts in your spin-dryer and you've got trouble.