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.
I vividly remember mother using one in our wash house in the 1950s.
Locked in the wash house for safety's sake each night, she frequently shares the space with her feline friend Winkiepeeps.
The duo are joined by Mary McCusker, Steven McNicoll and Fiona Wood for the new production of Tony Roper's classic play set in a Glasgow wash house in the 1950s.
Outside is a large brick-built wash house having the original dolly tub used in the early 1900s, plus a deep glazed sink, and there is an adjoining coal store.
Ian Ayris, city council historic buildings expert, at Gibson Street Baths and Wash House which is up for auction
The Gibson Street baths and wash house remains little changed inside - including some amazing detailing, right
Total quantity or scope: General contractor for the demolition and disposal services of garages and a wash house, for the construction of four apartment buildings with a total of 72 apartments and 95 underground parking spaces, including fabrication of outdoor facilities and planning services in accordance with HOAI.
Marsh Road School fights with the lads from Fox Heads a penny fish and a ha'peth of chips When they pulled Cannon Street down nana and grandad were moved to a lovely house in Skelwith Road, Berwick Hills, complete with bathroom, garden, wash house and toilet.
Partial demolition of outbuildings and boundary wall, reduction of former wash house and formation of vehicular access to create car parking area (Listed Building Consent), 17 Towngate, Hipperholme.
Also on the ground floor is a a utility room, cloakroom with a shower and wash house.