American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A dishcloth.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dish-cloth.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a cloth for washing dishes.
- n. a cloth for washing dishes
“The "dishrag" effort points now to several bloggers pages about the bomb, with the intended victim coming in fifth.”
“If you thought Mildred down the street was a dishrag, then Ethel tells you she is “really scary”, you give Mildred a closer look.”
“The incubus lingered at the opening of the kitchen, leaning on one arm against the doorframe, the other hand casually holding a dishrag over his important bits.”
“Bernard Sun of the Jean Georges group called it "lively and opulent" and Belinda liked "the brioche on the nose"; Raj Vaidya of Daniel aka the class clown thought it smelled "like the air coming out of the subway on a hot day," or alternately, "a decaying dishrag.”
“Holly tossed the dishrag off her shoulder and went out onto the porch.”
“Gently! he added, as Oates tossed an unconscious man over his shoulder like a dishrag.”
“Suzanne rinsed the dishrag out in the spotless sink.”
“I heard glass crashing to the floor and looked to see Buzz holding a dishrag in one hand and a shocked expression on his face.”
“I ought to know, but I don't keep track, she said as she twisted her lower lip into a little dishrag of affected concern.”
“Rosa hurries over with a dishrag and stands between us wiping the table.”
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