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(limp) dishrag

n. a totally helpless person; a cowardly and spineless person. He’s sweet, but he’s a dishrag.
See also: dishrag, limp

dishrag

verb
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With instruction from the ladies at the old folks home, Grandpa made stacks of dishrags.
She picked up a crocheted dishrag and waved it at me.
Cotton dishrags required 30 seconds when dry but 3 minutes when wet.
Run your sponge, dishrag, or scouring pad through the dishwasher.
Just a few feet away was the utility drawer, with tools inside, a screwdriver, nails, a hammer, dishrags, all sons of redeeming implements.
And after their football eligibility was over, or if they were injured, they were thrown away like dirty dishrags.
In the kitchen it can replace dishrags used for cleaning dirty pots and pans, and it can be used xvith spray cleaners on counter tops, appliances, cook tops and even floors.
The next items in the basket are washrags, dishrags, and underwear.
You will want to note that for items like towels, dishrags, underwear and T-shirts that you can pin the corner of one item with the corner of the next item.
Then there was that summer vacation in Alaska where she taught all of us to knit dishrags.
This man who promised day-care centres and creches for working women and abortion on demand was the darling of the feminists while he treated women like dishrags - a quickie here, a feel there, a grope somewhere else.
One research team revealed that kitchen sponges and dishrags may develop into rich reservoirs of germs.
Louis Cardinals (winners of three pennants between 1964 and 1968) his latter trips onto October's stage came for the once-woebegone Phillies, truly destiny's dishrags.
I don't remember the dishrags, but please, the body doesn't lie.