dishrag

[dish-rag]
noun
a dishcloth.

Origin:
1830–40, Americanism; dish + rag1

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Example sentences
Another can't relax until she washes a musty-smelling dishrag in the next room.
Instead of coming out of the treatment as limp as a dishrag, the recipient feels invigorated as well as relaxed.
She used to always say that if you dropped your dishrag someone was coming to your house and they would be hungry.
Do not use a dishrag or cloth because you will recontaminate your hands.
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