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  • n. Plural form of laundrymaid.


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  • There were priests and scribes and lawyers and physicians, gardeners and farmers, bakers and brewers, handmaidens and dancing girls, seamstresses and laundrymaids, soldiers and barbers, and common labourers.

    The Seventh Scroll

  • Almost all the girls who attained a certain place in the village school were taken by her, one or two at a time, as housemaids, laundrymaids, nurserymaids, or kitchenmaids, and after a year or two's training were started in life amongst the neighbouring families, with good principles and wardrobes.

    Tom Brown's Schooldays

  • The ironing of small articles like shirts and blouses is done by a few laundrymaids using flat-irons heated by electricity.

    Young Knights of the Empire : Their Code, and Further Scout Yarns

  • Anne was in the habit of allowing a bottle of wine to be daily carried to one of her laundrymaids who was ailing, without previously asking leave of the Mistress of the Robes.

    Political Women, Vol. 2 (of 2)


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