n. washing; workplace where clothes are washed and ironed
During the gold rush era, our town's laundry seemed innocent enough.
Sentence in Classic:
On being shown her chamber, she was so dreadfully sensible of its comforts as to suggest the inference that she would have preferred to pass the night on the mangle in the laundry.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens Context
The dancing pavilion was put up near the Danish laundry, on a vacant lot surrounded by tall, arched cottonwood trees.
Edna found her friend engaged in assorting the clothes which had returned that morning from the laundry.
The Awakening By Kate Chopin Context
So when the blue smoke of brittle leaves was in the air and the wind blew the wet laundry stiff on the line I decided to come back home.
The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald Context