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  • n. A vertical shaft in a building down which dirty clothes and linens can be dropped, to land in a laundry area on a lower floor.


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  • By this time, of course, Percy and Bones were long gone, sliding down Old Mugg’s ridiculous attic laundry chute until, plop, their screams were stopped by the dirty clothes in the basket in the garage.

    The Welkening


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