Thesaurus / cleaned up
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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By nine o'clock I had cleaned up my side of the town, and returned to the plaza.

Captain MacklinRichard Harding Davis

After he left, uncle nailed shakes over the window, and cleaned up his old flint-lock musket, and loaded it carefully.

When he had finished this task, he cleaned up the house and took possession of all the treasures the elves had left behind them.

What a sventramento that must have been when the Italians cleared away and cleaned up all that congested horror.

An AutobiographyElizabeth Butler

He cleaned up the place, and then started in on the copying Hardwick brought him.

The Missing Tin BoxArthur M. Winfield

It's an ugly mess, and liable to be worse before it's cleaned up.

Raw GoldBertrand W. Sinclair

The way he cleaned up that dope crowd awhile back seemed to show he was no jug, didn't it?

Billy was going home to get cleaned up and make a visit to the parsonage.

The City of FireGrace Livingston Hill

And I'd too much gold in my safe to go to bed; I cleaned up this afternoon.

The La Chance Mine MysterySusan Carleton Jones

Why, he told me that you'd sold out—sold out everything, cleaned up, and was pulling out for the New Hebrides.

A Son Of The SunJack London

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.