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  • n. Alternative spelling of washeteria.


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  • In 1934, the first laundromat (called a "washateria") opened, in Fort Worth, Texas.

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  • In 1934, 75 years ago, the first laundromat (called a "washateria") opened, in Fort Worth,


  • In 1934, the first laundromat, called a "washateria," opened, in Fort Worth. Chronicle

  • 1934 - The first "washateria" opens in Fort Worth, Texas.


  • When was the last time you saw a washateria on the marquee of a shopping mall? Chronicle

  • He challenged the church to not only help themselves to a bag of detergent but to also go and drop one off at the washateria to a person who is doing laundry there. News

  • I’m not nostalgic for the parasite the waterworm there was nothing left to talk about stuffed with fruit apples and sandwiches the mokrie dela disappeared from automats turn and slide the plastic door or the washateria the Laundra in Newport


  • I have to go to the washateria and fix lunch and do all kinds of things I don’t get no help with.

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