wash house

wash house

n
1. (Building) (formerly) a building or outbuilding in which laundry was done
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wash house

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And it's true, as papa says,-- that when we were brought up there was one extreme--we were kept in the basement, while our parents lived in the best rooms; now it's just the other way--the parents are in the wash house, while the children are in the best rooms.
Or, for your convenience, you may sign up and pay at the Wash House Equipment at 133 S.
The Cleobury Wash House won this year for their teddy bear garden party-themed display.
There is also a cellar and use of a former wash house for storage.
A fully enclosed shared garden is situated to the rear of the property containing a shared wash house and an exclusive outhouse.
A dispute over a wash house key led to a court appearance for an Aberfoyle woman, the Observer of 1919 reported.
A helping hand at Liverpool's last wash house, the Fred Robinson Public Laundry in
As well as more modern farm sheds, the property includes a traditional stone bake / wash house, cart house, stables and a former granary.
The site once housed Kent Street Baths which opened in 1852 as the first public swimming facility and wash house provided by the Birmingham Baths Committee.