Definition of Laundry truck
1. Noun. Van that picks up and delivers laundry. "A laundry truck stops by every week"
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Literary usage of Laundry truck
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report on Experimental Convict Road Camp, Fulton County, Ga. by Herbert Sinclair Fairbank, Robert Francis Eastham, Warren Fales Draper (1918)
"Once each week the laundry truck called for and delivered the camp wash. ... The value of the laundry truck was $900, and depreciation was estimated at the ..."
2. Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of Washington by Washington (State). Supreme Court, Arthur Remington, Solon Dickerson Williams (1917)
"... the Corkum automobile was going east on the south side of Stewart street and the laundry truck was going west on the north side of Stewart street; that, ..."
3. Sanitation in the Modern Home: A Suggestive Guide to the Architect and House by John Kermott Allen (1907)
"Where there is much laundry work the laundry truck has an important use. This is nothing less than a water-tight tub on wheels. Into it the wet clothes may ..."
4. Report of Meeting by ANZAAS., ANZAAS (1894)
"ward to outer air direct, and thence into laundry truck en route to steeping and disinfecting trough. In connection with such a ward as described should be ..."