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antiseptic exceedingly clean and orderly. [1/4 definitions]
bream2 to clean (a ship's hull) of barnacles and other matter by applying heat and scraping.
brush1 to use a brush to clean one's teeth or groom one's hair. [1/8 definitions]
buff1 to clean or polish with a buff stick, buff wheel, or a soft cloth. [1/8 definitions]
burnsides a mustache and side whiskers worn with the chin clean-shaven. (See sideburns.)
card2 to clean or comb (fibers) with a card. [1/2 definitions]
careen to clean or repair (a ship lying on its side). [1/5 definitions]
chambermaid a woman whose job is to clean and straighten hotel rooms or bedrooms.
chimney sweep one whose work is to clean out chimneys.
clean to rid of stains, dirt, or impurities; make clean. [1/12 definitions]
cleanable combined form of clean.
cleanly always personally clean. [2 definitions]
clean out to empty so as to clean. [1/2 definitions]
cleanse to make clean; remove dirt from. [1/2 definitions]
cleanup a process of making thoroughly clean, socially acceptable, or free from imperfection.
clean up to wash or clean. [1/3 definitions]
curling a game played on ice in which two teams, of four players each, slide a stone or other heavy object toward a circle at either end of the ice, the players being permitted to clean the path of the stone to control its speed and direction.
dentifrice a preparation used to clean the teeth; toothpaste.
dry-clean to clean (garments, drapes, or the like) using chemicals other than water.
dry-cleanable combined form of dry-clean.
dust to clean dust from. [1/11 definitions]