The 'clean' group
These nouns refer to actions of various kinds. Most of them, like clean and cut, have associated verbs.
afterthought airing bathe brush clap clean clip crouch cry cut effort flap flick hand look look-in nod peck peek peep pull push read rummage rush say scrub second thought sit-down smoke snog spin squash squat squeeze stand think tow try weep word
It is good to see The Independent giving an airing to the issue of electoral reform.
Everything she had on from hat to shoe needed a good brush.
Men now pay £39 for a cut and blow dry and women £59.
I thought I'd have a quick flick through some recent issues to find out when was the last time that our team won a point.
Small producers can't get a look-in with supermarkets, as you have to be able to supply the whole of the UK.
'I just came to have a peep,' she said, 'and everything looks wonderful.'
Second-hand office furniture stores are almost always worth a rummage through if you're looking for cheap and sturdy lighting or simple yet comfortable tables and chairs.
Some of my friends do the ironing when their children are asleep, but personally, I think this is a time when I'm allowed to have a sit-down.
'It's important to make a stand for taste and discrimination in a tasteless world,' she declares.
'I had a think about what I wanted to do but it only took me minutes to decide on athletics,' Natula said.
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