|chimney cleaner, sweep||chimney sweep|
|(British) clean with a vacuum cleaner (trademark), (British) vacuum cleaner (trademark)||hoover|
|(British) cylindrical pipe or deflector made of metal or earthenware attached to the top of a chimney, pipe on top of chimney||chimney pot|
|(Slang) chimney, cask, measure of volume||tun|
|a trademark for a vacuum cleaner, Herbert Hoover (1874-1964), 31st president of the United States (1929-33); (Trademark) vacuum cleaner manufacturer; vacuum cleaner made by this company; vacuum cleaner (British)||Hoover|
|act of cleaning with a broom; continuous curving motion or shape; continuous extent; reach; chimney sweep; search made to remove hidden electronic listening devices, bout of cleaning with a brush, broad range, brush against the ground, brushing stroke,...||sweep|
|aircraft waiting to land, arrangement of firearms, book storage in a library, chimney or chimneys, heap with piles of objects, heap; tall bookshelf; chimney; (Computers) area in memory where information can be stored and then retrieved in the reverse o...||stack|
|alkaline solution which is often used in the making of soaps and detergents, strong chemical cleaner||lye|
|amount held by shovel, dig with a shovel; gather up as if with a shovel; sweep away, clear away material, dig with shovel for something, long-handled scoop, machine for earth digging, throw something carelessly, tool with a handle and a broad scoop use...||shovel|
|animal feeding on carrion or scraps, one who cleans; animal that feeds on trash or decaying flesh; street cleaner; one who searches through garbage for usable materials, somebody looking for something usable, substance removing impurities||scavenger|
|antiseptic, apply creosote to, chimney tar, fragrant oily liquid derived from coal and wood tar, wood preservative||creosote|
|assault, charge, raid; snatching, grabbing, make sweeping descent, pounce, seize quickly or suddenly, sudden attack, sudden descent, sweep down from the sky (of a bird, etc.); attack suddenly and speedily; snatch||swoop|
|being pulled upward (about hair); turn upward, hairstyle, move upward, sharp rise; hair style in which the hair is pulled to the top of the head, upward sweep||upsweep|
|bind something with withes, flexible stem, flexible tool handle, tie with willows, tie with twigs, tough flexible branch or twig of a willow tree used in binding things; band made of twisted twigs; partition that divides ducts of a chimney, withy||withe|
|bonnet, cover for chimney, cover for device, cover something with hood, covering worn over the head and neck; something which resembles such a covering; movable part which covers the engine of an automobile; neighborhood (African American Slang); hoodl...||hood|
|broom made from twigs, broom made of twigs, broom used in curling, sweep with broom||besom|
|brush away lightly, brushing movement, make thick and smooth, move quickly, place with a sweeping motion, small broom for dusting; utensil for whipping; act of whisking, something used to sweep things away, sweep; brush; draw, snatch; cause to be froth...||whisk|
|brush for sweeping, plant resembling broom, plant with bright yellow flowers, sweep something, tool used for sweeping; type of plant||broom|
|channel, centralize; send through a funnel, chimney, concentrate resources somewhere, device with a wide opening at the top which narrows as it reaches the bottom (used to conduct liquids into a small opening), make funnel -shaped, move into narrow spa...||funnel|
|chimney for condensing steam||cooling tower|
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