Definition of Sweepers

1. Noun. (plural of sweeper) ¹



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Definition of Sweepers

1. sweeper [n] - See also: sweeper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweepers

sweep off
sweep out
sweep over
sweep someone off their feet
sweep something under the carpet
sweep something under the rug
sweep the board
sweep through
sweep under the rug
sweep up
sweepage
sweepages
sweepback
sweepbacks
sweeper
sweepers (current term)
sweepest
sweepeth
sweepier
sweepiest
sweeping
sweeping day
sweepingly
sweepingness
sweepingnesses
sweepings
sweeplike
sweeps
sweeps stunt
sweeps stunts

Literary usage of Sweepers

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1. The Works of Charles Lamb by Charles Lamb, Thomas Noon Talfourd (1850)
"THE PRAISE OF CHIMNEY-sweepers. walks on crutches. Girls whom you left children have become sage matrons while you are tarrying there. ..."

2. Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in ...by Edward William Cox by Edward William Cox (1895)
"An Act to make better provision for the Regulation of Chimney sweepers. ... This Act may be cited as " The Chimney sweepers Act, 1894," and shall be read as ..."

3. Analytical Index, to the Series of Records Known as the Remembrancia by Corporation of London (England), H. C. Overall, Corporation of London (1878)
"The Petition of the poor Chimney-sweepers of the City of London to the King, referred to in the foregoing Letter. The Petition alleges that there were above ..."

4. Analytical Index, to the Series of Records Known as the Remembrancia by Corporation of London (England), Corporation of London (1878)
"The Petition of the poor Chimney-sweepers of the City of London to the King, referred to in the foregoing Letter. The Petition alleges that there were above ..."

5. The Works of Charles Lamb by Charles Lamb, Thomas Noon Talfourd (1850)
"THE PRAISE OF CHIMNEY-sweepers. walks on crutches. Girls whom you left children have become sage matrons while you are tarrying there. ..."

6. Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in ...by Edward William Cox by Edward William Cox (1895)
"An Act to make better provision for the Regulation of Chimney sweepers. ... This Act may be cited as " The Chimney sweepers Act, 1894," and shall be read as ..."

7. Analytical Index, to the Series of Records Known as the Remembrancia by Corporation of London (England), H. C. Overall, Corporation of London (1878)
"The Petition of the poor Chimney-sweepers of the City of London to the King, referred to in the foregoing Letter. The Petition alleges that there were above ..."

8. Analytical Index, to the Series of Records Known as the Remembrancia by Corporation of London (England), Corporation of London (1878)
"The Petition of the poor Chimney-sweepers of the City of London to the King, referred to in the foregoing Letter. The Petition alleges that there were above ..."

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