Lie Down with Lions (1985) gave a shoutout to gays in a laundry list of human rights to worry about.
From getting their gym, tan, laundry on to ensure post-club smushing, the first season set a high bar for Jersey Shore lingo.
Christmas worked in laundry for a defense contractor on a military base in Iraq.
These are two in a laundry list of troubling connections between the two companies.
His dirty clothes did not always make it into the laundry basket.
There was a window in it, opposite the laundry window in the old place, and the first thing I did was to take out the sash.
They were taught gratis, and every week they helped with the laundry for the convent.
As soon, then, as you leave the dining-room go to the laundry.
There had been a strike of laundry girls which for a week was the talk of the town.
Monsieur Marescot charged into the laundry demanding to be paid at once.
late 14c., "place for washing;" mid-15c. "act of washing," from Old French lavanderie, from Latin lavandaria, plural of lavandarium "things to be washed," from lavare "to wash" (see lave). As a verb, from 1880. Laundry list in figurative sense is from 1958.
[second sense from the fact that some cadets were washed out, ''failed,'' by such a board]