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  • v. To clean the interior of a house.
  • v. To reform by removing undesirable personnel and procedures.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. clean and tidy up the house


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  • She took a deep breath, drawing in the familiar smells of a clean house — fabric softener, computer fans going full-blast, Cath's strawberry incense, the smell of gun oil and healthy human animals.


  • Carl Rebeck got immunity to testify against the machine and now thinks he can run on a clean house ticket - and he's already going around calling me a Commie nigger … But for now I'm satisfied.

    The Empress File

  • But no kid is sleepin in my clean house without a bath, without a shampoo, without a delousin, an, most specially, without new clothes—ya hear!



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