Definition of May-day sweep

1. Noun. (context: largely historical) One of the sweeps (chimney sweeps), clad in bright clothes and garlands and carrying a blackened broom, in a May Day parade. ¹



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Maxwell
Maxwell's demon
Maxwell's equations
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May
May-Grunwald stain
May-Hegglin anomaly
May-September romance
May-September romances
May-White syndrome
May-day sweep
May-day sweeps
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