Learn how to say Clothesline correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word clothesline:
a piece of rope, cord, or wire on which clean washing is hung to dry or air
Example Sentences Including ‘clothesline’
A quality laundry has ample cupboards as well as a door opening to the rear garden and clothesline.
THE ADVERTISER, SUNDAY MAIL (2004)
Arresting cables They clothesline fighter jets hurtling across the deck at 150 mph and bring them to a dead stop within 400 feet.
In the second, Miss Rondel was right here in the dooryard, pinning a towel to her clothesline.
MacLeod, Charlotte SOMETHING IN THE WATER
Janice retorted, `Bess Cable was saying `twould be a great place for a clothesline.
Frank Delaney TELLING THE PICTURES
Our robin sat on the clothesline and said, `Well, spring’s here at last!
Fay Weldon NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES
She went to the brown paper bag on the counter and pulled out the roll of clothesline she’d bought in town this morning.
Wood, Bari DOLL’S EYES
The iconic Australian clothesline is being fenced in by high density property developments and changing community attitudes.
COURIER, SUNDAY MAIL (2004)
Vic, 70, touched the 2 1/ 2ft orange Carolina cornsnake thinking it was an old piece of clothesline.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (2000)
Your clothesline is probably a necessity, but can you design your garden so that it is both conveniently located and successfully concealed?
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2004)