scourer

[ skouuh r-er, skou-er-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF scourer
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SCOURER

The former made wooden bowls, and the latter was sometimes a scourer, or scout, Mid.

A nation of reformers looks like a scourer of silver-plate—black all over and dingy, with making things white and brilliant.

This was done in vats, where the clothes were trodden and well worked by the feet of the scourer.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SCOURER

cleanser

nounstrong disinfectant, solvent
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