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- noun someone who cleans soot from chimneys, usually as a profession.
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- noun someone who cleans soot from chimneys
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Meanwhile, as Senator Clinton is completely dominating all of the significant microtrendic categories, such as historical village chimneysweep reenactors aged 22 years and younger with Hallervorden-Spatz Syndrome and previous year's adjusted gross income of $132,000 or above, any schoolchild can easily see that Senator Clinton's rapidly approaching election as the next President of the United States of America is a fait accompli.
Oh, and her Brits had all the verisimilitude of Dick van Dyke's Cockney chimneysweep...
Did you see that bloody chimneysweep near shove my eye out with his brush? —
I hired them because I needed the chimney cleaned in February and the first four chimneysweep companies I called either had disconnected numbers or I got answering machines and the Mad Hatter was the first one that a human answered the telephone for.
In fact I fear sometimes that I have the ambition of a genius, the eye and ear of a genius, and the talent of a chimneysweep.
A chimneysweep diagnosed pigeons nesting in our defunct flues.
'And to your town girls, who no longer see romance in a chimneysweep, your poacher's a pirate and your shepherd a poet.
In the character of Cupid he more than once descended, with terror, in his flying-gear; as harlequin he used to issue from the egg; and as a little chimneysweep to play the sharpest tricks.
Did you see that bloody chimneysweep near shove my eye out with his brush?
And then the chimneysweep renews his rounds, and the milkman follows him.