Cleansing [verb]

Definition of Cleansing:

make undirty; wash

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Sentence/Example of Cleansing:

A spokesperson for Violet Grey said sales for cleansing cloths for all brands have been relatively flat, and that the retailer has not seen a significant increase or decrease in overall wipe sales as a result of the pandemic.

Fill her with vinegar and water and pop her in the microwave for five to seven minutes, watch as cleansing steam shoots out of her ears, and enjoy a squeaky clean appliance.

We could have less-than-great air quality, at least until rain showers arrive Saturday night to help start cleansing our hazy, somewhat polluted atmosphere.

If it doesn’t look almost as good as new, do another shake-cleanse round.

The objects in the engraving are probably the shears, comb, ladle, and an unknown instrument used for cleansing wool.

Therefore they now carried boughs and green branches and palms, for him that had given them good success in cleansing his place.

The present government, instead of constructing similar works, neglects even the repairs and requisite cleansing of this aqueduct.

They take pride in their hair, and are particularly careful about it, washing and cleansing it almost every day.

It was softer than a cleansing tissue, and probably even more flexible.

His directions for cleansing the teeth were rather detailed.