She's left a miserable fire, said Mrs. Philps from behind the clothes-horse.
I was so proud I had cold chills, and I walked like a clothes-horse on castors.
If the garden has no summer-house or tent a very good one can be made with a clothes-horse and a rug.
No, no, said Tootles hastily; Flick is only a clothes-horse for the time being.
(To guests)—Perhaps, some of you gentlemen wouldn't mind lending us your overcoats to cover the clothes-horse?
A Horse so good at washing clothes, A clothes-horse might be called, I s'pose.
Mademoiselle has seen a clothes-horse, or a—a part of her dress in moonlight.
Other toys which can be made in a similar manner are a camp-stool, a clothes-horse, a screen.
She washed and rinsed the garments, and, opening a clothes-horse, spread them out to dry.
I am very well as I am, she continued, wringing out a towel and spreading it out on the clothes-horse to dry.
A fashionably dressed person; a person who wears clothes becomingly and perhaps does nothing else (1850+)