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- v. To clean the interior and furnishings of a residence.
- v. To make major reforms; to clean house.
- v. To clean the interior and residential furnishings of.
- v. To rid of undesirable personnel and procedures.
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- v. clean and tidy up the house
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We went through this same sort of silly season in 1994 when Newt Gingrich and a previous batch of angry white men stormed into power thinking they were going to "houseclean".
One of the ritual of the Nowruz actually is, beside housecleaning physically, you houseclean mentally.
While I'm moving over new content to my MP3 player, I also need to houseclean the older content I've already listened to.
Goss, a CIA Operations Officer through most of the 1960s, then a congressman from Florida who became head of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, arrived at Headquarters with the clear intention to houseclean, and from the beginning he was seen more as a crusader and occupier than former colleague.
Today was a big laundry day - two loads of towels, lots of bedding - and an all-over houseclean, too.
I'll have to houseclean on a daily basis and everything will have to be neat and tidy at all times.
She tore his photograph into bits and threw them into her waste basket, and having thus housecleaned her room set to work to houseclean her heart.
I always wondered how Marilla dared houseclean that room.
Mike Garrett is out as USC's AD, but there is more houseclean ...
If you don ` t houseclean your computer system regularly the digital garbage that collects over time makes it slower and can even cause inexplicable errors - usually when you need them least.