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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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washclothwash‧cloth /ˈwɒʃklɒθ $ ˈwɒːʃklɒːθ, ˈwɑːʃ-/ noun [countable]  American EnglishDHC a small square cloth used for washing your hands and face syn facecloth British English
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washclothThe woman douses back, and some one else flips at Doi-san with a washcloth.Their bathroom was stocked with stacks of fresh towels and washcloths.Use separate sterile, disposable washcloths to clean up.By the time they left, they had each used one towel, no washcloths.Some days she took a hot bath and let hot water fall out of a saturated washcloth.We walk into the bath with our tiny white terry washcloths.You can hear the sound of water dripping in the pail and the sound of the washcloth on skin.
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