unlaundered

unlaundered

(ʌnˈlɔːndəd)
adj
(of clothes, linen, etc) not washed and ironed
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The boy leans in now, and Paul smells stale tobacco and the sourness of unlaundered clothes.
Gerba, Comparison of Bacteria on New, Disposable, Laundered, and Unlaundered Hospital Scrubs, Am.
No matter how laid-back your office environment might seem, don't make the mistake of wearing clothing that's too revealing, ripped, or just plain unlaundered. Along these lines, avoid t-shirts with potentially offensive language or slogans.
Vision 10P ESD-safe, unlaundered polyester knit pink wipes are suitable for use in ISO class 6 (class 1000) cleanrooms.
Yet they have no choice but to expose themselves to this risk because unlaundered "dirty" money provides them with far less power and security than tainted funds that appear legitimate.
Life for ordinary barons in Outremer Jerusalem was probably better than for kings in Europe, where even potentates wore unlaundered wool and lived in bare-stone draughty keeps with rough furniture.
Most people, even some Di-worshipers, would object to seeing the soiled knickers of this public figure laundered for the entertainment of the great unlaundered. The interesting question is why.
Towels at hotels in states like Florida, Texas, and California would go unlaundered. Commuters at airports from Miami to Seattle would be stranded as taxicabs sat driverless.
"They were not worried that the floor of their home was dirt, or that their cars had dents or that their clothes were worn and unlaundered. They reminded us that we are all children of God, one big family."
For six years too many progressives have given Clinton the benefit of the doubt, whether it was their ill-founded hope that he wouldn't sign the Personal Responsibility Act or the equally ill-founded skepticism about the existence in an unlaundered state of a certain blue dress.
The company provides refunds and adjustments on unlaundered garments returned to them.
She was still in her usual pajamas--or what she always wore as pajamas, one of Guillermo's unlaundered shirts over her short cotton nightgown--since she had not been expecting them till later that day, so when she saw the horses languidly trotting single file on the seaside shoulder of the malecon, her first instinct was to go back in and pretend to be asleep, but her husband saw her and waved.