He is described by the landlord of the rooms and by his laundress as an elderly gentleman.'
Your laundress will report on everything, you know; so you must be impeccable.
What most troubled the laundress was to decide whom to invite; she wished to have twelve persons at table, no more, no less.
Before commencing, he gave the laundress a look full of confident tenderness.
You know he is a married man, and his wife has been my laundress for over five years.
At length, at the end of a full half hour, the laundress took her leave.
He was to set me up as a laundress, and work himself at his trade of a hatter.
The laundress had her wrist injured; the old workman was knocked against the table.
A laundress in Point Coupée kept the linen clean; and Hugot was not near so busy with house affairs as you might suppose.
She took the laundress in her big arms and squeezed her tight.