housework || in a sentence

We agreed to share the housework.

My housework is to wash the dishes.

I helped my parents with the housework.

I need someone to help me with housework.

The washing machine facilitates my housework.

He not only has a job but does the housework.

I postponed doing my housework for a few hours.

These days more young husbands help their wives with housework.

The children made up all kinds of excuses to avoid doing housework.

The children invented all kinds of excuses to avoid doing housework.

My ideal husband would share the responsibilities of housework and childraising.

A recent study has shown housework chores to be a major area of dispute between spouses.

He treats his wife like a slave.

He doesn’t do any housework or help her in any way.

Mariko said her husband Yoshiro is a typical Japanese husband who never does any housework whatsoever.

Evan Esar once observed that housework is what a woman does that nobody notices unless she hasn’t done it.

It is time not only to equalize men’s and women’s wages, but also to equalize responsibility for housework.

Since getting a part-time job, it has been difficult for me to cope with all this housework, so you kids will need to give me a hand.

I feel torn between my desire to live in a clean, orderly home, and my conviction that housework is for people with nothing better to do.

In the typical North American household, the husband’s share of housework tasks is small and does not vary with his wife’s labor-force status.