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wash-and-wear (not comparable)

  1. (of clothing) That requires no ironing after being washed and dried.
    • 1981, Tom Cohan, Canary, page 319:
      Darrell Johns [] sat across from him in his plaid Sears wash-and-wear jacket, fast approaching Ruffino's sotted state of slobbery.
  2. (of a hairstyle) Not requiring styling or special tools; able to be washed and naturally air-dried.

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