cleanser

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noun cleans·er \ˈklen-zər\

Definition of cleanser

  1. :  a person or thing that cleanses something; especially :  a preparation (such as a scouring powder or a skin cream) used for cleaning

Examples of cleanser in a Sentence

  1. Sprinkle some cleanser on the floor and let it sit for a while before you start scrubbing.

Recent Examples of cleanser from the Web

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Before 12th Century

First Known Use of cleanser

before 12th century


CLEANSER Defined for English Language Learners

cleanser

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Definition of cleanser for English Language Learners

  • : a substance (such as a powder or cream) that is used for cleaning something


CLEANSER Defined for Kids

cleanser

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noun cleans·er \ˈklen-zər\

Definition of cleanser for Students

  1. :  a substance (as a scouring powder) used for cleaning


Medical Dictionary

cleanser

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noun cleans·er \ˈklen-zər\

Medical Definition of cleanser

  1. :  a preparation including a cleaning agent for cleansing the skin, the teeth, or glass surfaces



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