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verb as in clean by using water and cloth

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You also need to bear in mind other factors, such as the filter, the brush roll, the weight of the machine, and whether you need a vacuum that can double as a mop and be used wet as well as dry.

A bit of baguette makes a nice mop for the kitchen’s sauces.

Then there’s the robot vacuumRobot vacuums sound like the dream—you just set them down and let them go, sneaking under furniture with ease—and some even come with a mop function.

Some used their extra savings from not having to commute to work to upgrade their kitchens, and others were pushed into buying ergonomic mops in the absence of domestic help during the strictest phase of the lockdown.

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Many brands create individual vacuums and mops that communicate with one another via smartphone or internal programming to schedule cleanings one right after the other.

Only 10 million gallons of oil have been burned off, and an additional 25 million gallons of oil-and-water mix has been mopped up.

She mopped the mess on the floor with a towel, then she rinsed the towel out and hung it up to dry.

When he was gone, Monsieur de Tressan flung off his wig, and mopped the perspiration from his brow.

"Never mind," said Isabel, as Gwynne mopped his brow for the third time and ostentatiously rubbed his face.

Arriving there, they placed the body upon the grass, while the Factor mopped his forehead and remarked upon the weather.

He only laughed when his fellow fiddlers lay back in their chairs and mopped their red faces.

He drew out his handkerchief and mopped his forehead, which, as a matter of fact, was perfectly dry.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mopped, such as: wipe, dab, swab, pat, rub, and sponge.

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