laundryman


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laundryman

(ˈlɔːndrɪmən)
n, pl -men
1. (Professions) a man who collects or delivers laundry
2. (Professions) a man who works in a laundry
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.laundryman - operates industrial washing machinelaundryman - operates industrial washing machine
washer - someone who washes things for a living
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Jensen, the Danish laundryman, used to bring a chair from his porch and sit out in the grass plot.
When the Chinese laundryman refused to wash for him without payment she had sent his things to be washed with hers.
Unskilled labour is the first to feel the slackness of hard times, and I had no trades save those of sailor and laundryman. With my new responsibilities I didn't dare go to sea, and I failed to find a job at laundrying.
My name's Dawson, Joe Dawson, an' I'm tryin' to scare up a laundryman."
Sources for the Kroll report were not revealed, either given codenames - 'Laundryman', 'Msamaha' or ''Source A' - or referred to as an 'open source' (i.e.
* The rating initially identified four specialty areas: barber (SSMB), laundryman (SSML), tailor (SSMT), and cobbler (SSMC).
There's also his younger sister, who irons shirts for the laundryman. Abbas's family is better off: his father works guarding the house of a jeweler, and they live in a small hut in the garden.
An Arab woman was sentenced to one-year jail for molesting and attempting to rob a laundryman. The convict will be deported once she completes the jail term.
Sherry Rehman said efforts were being made to break our resolve, lamenting that even a cheque given to laundryman was being scrutinised.
The laundryman said he had submitted his papers in Karachi to acquire the job of security guard.
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Broadway between Time Square and Columbus Circle was home to fourteen big 'chop suey jazz places.' One Chinese night club owner, a former Essex Street laundryman, supposedly wore a huge diamond ring, rode in an imported car, and squired around a bottle-blond burlesque dancer.