Definition of Housecleaned

1. Verb. (past of houseclean) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Housecleaned

1. houseclean [v] - See also: houseclean

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Housecleaned

housebuilders
housebuilding
housebuyer
housebuyers
housebuying
housecall
housecalls
housecar
housecare
housecarl
housecarls
housecars
housecat
housecats
houseclean
housecleaned (current term)
housecleaner
housecleaners
housecleaning
housecleanings
housecleans
housecoat
housecoats
housecraft
housed
housedog
housedoor
housedoors
housedress
housedresses

Literary usage of Housecleaned

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1. The Breaking Point by Mary Roberts Rinehart (2001)
"She tore his photograph into bits and threw them into her waste basket, and having thus housecleaned her room set to work to houseclean her heart. ..."

2. Cleveland Hospital and Health Survey by Cleveland Hospital Council (1920)
"... and within two weeks had housecleaned her tenement, painted furniture, papered two rooms, and was doing the cooking under a sloping ceiling too low to ..."

3. ... Public Service by James Rudolph Garfield (1911)
"A year ago she housecleaned twelve cities of Kentucky, spending five weeks at the task, and last month's adjournment of the Kentucky Legislature completed ..."

4. The Practical Hotel Housekeeper by Mary Bresnan (1900)
"... or perhaps has asked to have her room or rooms "housecleaned," as we call this yearly or half yearly cleaning) the assistant housekeeper takes ..."

5. A Little Housekeeping Book for a Little Girl: Or, Margaret's Saturday Mornings by Caroline French Benton (1906)
"... your rooms will always look as though they had been housecleaned." " My windows really and truly need washing," said Margaret. ..."

6. Friendship Village Love Stories by Zona Gale (1909)
"I found them when I housecleaned, and there was so many of* 'em I hated to throw 'em away. Of course I'll never use 'em, but they look sort of nice in there ..."

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