clothes dryer

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Noun1.clothes dryer - a dryer that dries clothes wet from washingclothes dryer - a dryer that dries clothes wet from washing
dryer, drier - an appliance that removes moisture
mangle - clothes dryer for drying and ironing laundry by passing it between two heavy heated rollers
spin drier, spin dryer - a clothes dryer that uses centrifugal motion to dry the clothes that are put into it
tumble drier, tumble-dryer - a clothes dryer that spins wet clothes inside a cylinder with heated air
white goods - large electrical home appliances (refrigerators or washing machines etc.) that are typically finished in white enamel
wringer - a clothes dryer consisting of two rollers between which the wet clothes are squeezed
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In 2014 Whirlpool introduced the first ENERGY STAR certified clothes dryer to consumers.
While the electric clothes dryer was introduced in 1915, it was not until the Hamilton Manufacturing Company produced the first automatic dryer in 1938 that the use of the dryer started to become known.
It was when the couple turned on the oven fan and saw baby Faye miraculously lulled to sleep that stay-at-home dad Preston got the idea for "Infant Calm," a collection of six gentle, expertly recorded "white noise" sounds, including clothes dryer and washer-dryer combo.
Everyone that owns and operates a clothes dryer is a potential customer.
In the midst of a fine discussion about saving energy by avoiding the clothes dryer, I found, "If you don't like to deal with the stiffer, sometimes-wrinkled fabric that results from al fresco drying, add a bit of fabric softener into your wash, throw it into the dryer for five minutes, and presto, the softener is activated.
A YOUNG girl was treated for mild smoke inhalation by paramedics when a clothes dryer overheated, giving off smoke in a house at Nant Garmon, Mold, last night.
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NEW YORK-Maytag Appliances has designed a Neptune Drying Center containing a regular clothes dryer on the bottom and a cabinet for flat- or hang-drying above.
Using a method she debuted in a 1999 work, Mea Culpa (two twenty-foot panels of which were simultaneously on view at Rosamund Felsen Gallery), Kelly equipped the arc-shaped lint screen of a clothes dryer with stencils and then dried numerous loads of her own black and white clothing.
Samsung ranks highest in all three laundry segments: front-load washer (846), top-load washer (836) and clothes dryer (849), and also ranks highest in the French door refrigerator segment (841).