a lengthy, especially random list of items:
a laundry list of hoped-for presents; a laundry list of someone's crimes.
) a list of items perceived as being long:
a laundry list of complaints
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The corporate scandals of the past few years offer a laundry list of toxic leaders.
Don't give a laundry list of people that you believe said student to be smarter than.
No more laundry list of all the government's activities, no more boring survey of every potential trouble spot in the world.
Not to mention the laundry list of duties employers are looking for, barely paying above minimum wage.
Humans have an additional laundry list of confounds.
Coveting is uncool, but there is a whole laundry list of negative emotions, many of which are ugly indeed.
Physics isn't a laundry list of pseudo political top ten ideas from x field versus y field.
His goal was to break into one of each type in a laundry list of countries.
The overall effect is more than a laundry list of nifty features.
As the economy has spiraled down over the last few months, firms have executed a laundry list of liquidations.
It's the same thing with that laundry list of fees that come with cards.
Sugar has been blamed for a laundry list of health problems, including obesity and diabetes.
Trump went nuclear as only he can, calling her a laundry list of ugly names in an anti-Rosie media blitz that lasted for weeks.
First we'll rattle them off in a big laundry list, then describe them in a bit more detail.
The section includes a non-exclusive laundry list of management rights.
While its easier for a tenant to plan, a homeowner has a large laundry list of things to do.