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grass-bleaching

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Bleaching by exposing the article to be bleached to the sunlight by spreading it out on the grass.

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Examples

  • Wet fabric fades much more quickly than dry—a principle taken advantage of in grass-bleaching linen.

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  • Wet fabric fades much more quickly than dry—a principle taken advantage of in grass-bleaching linen.

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  • Wet fabric fades much more quickly than dry—a principle taken advantage of in grass-bleaching linen.

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  • Wet fabric fades much more quickly than dry—a principle taken advantage of in grass-bleaching linen.

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