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A cleansing agent, manufactured in bars, granules, flakes, or liquid form, made from a mixture of the sodium salts of various fatty acids of natural oils and fats.
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  1. A cleansing agent, manufactured in bars, granules, flakes, or liquid form, made from a mixture of the sodium salts of various fatty acids of natural oils and fats.
  2. A substance used for washing or cleaning, consisting of a mixture of sodium or potassium salts of naturally occurring fatty acids. Like detergents, soaps work by surrounding particles of grease or dirt with their molecules, thereby allowing them to be carried away. Unlike detergents, soaps react with the minerals common in most water, forming an insoluble film that remains on fabrics. For this reason soap is not as efficient a cleaner as most detergents. The film is also what causes rings to form in bathtubs.
  3. A soap opera.
A cleaning agent that increases the ability of water to penetrate fabric and break down greases and dirt. Detergents act like soap but, unlike soaps, they are derived from organic acids rather than fatty acids. Their molecules surround particles of grease and dirt, allowing them to be carried away.
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  1. A cleaning agent that increases the ability of water to penetrate fabric and break down greases and dirt. Detergents act like soap but, unlike soaps, they are derived from organic acids rather than fatty acids. Their molecules surround particles of grease and dirt, allowing them to be carried away.
  2. A cleansing substance that acts similarly to soap but is made from chemical compounds rather than fats and lye.
  3. Any non-soap cleaning agent, especially a synthetic surfactant.
A substance or material such as sandpaper, pumice, or emery, used for cleaning, smoothing, or polishing. [First attested in the mid 19th century.]
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  1. A substance or material such as sandpaper, pumice, or emery, used for cleaning, smoothing, or polishing. [First attested in the mid 19th century.]
  2. Something that is used for grinding, polishing, etc., as sandpaper or emery
  3. (Geology) Rock fragments, sand grains, mineral particles, used by water, wind, and ice to abrade a land surface.
Froth formed by profuse sweating, as on a horse.
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  1. Froth formed by profuse sweating, as on a horse.
  2. (Informal) A condition of anxious or heated discomposure; agitation:
  3. A foam formed by soap or detergent agitated in water, as in washing or shaving.
Something that solves or explains; solution
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  1. Something that solves or explains; solution
  2. A substance that can dissolve another substance, or in which another substance is dissolved, forming a solution. Water is the most common solvent.
A purgative agent or medicine; a cathartic.
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  1. A purgative agent or medicine; a cathartic.
  2. A substance that purges; specif., a cathartic
  3. Something, such as a substance or medicine, that purges; laxative
A substance released into the air to counteract unwanted odors.
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  1. A substance released into the air to counteract unwanted odors.
  2. Any deodorant preparation; esp., a liquid or semisolid substance used on the body
A chemical compound used in its gaseous state as a pesticide or disinfectant.
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  1. A chemical compound used in its gaseous state as a pesticide or disinfectant.
A substance used for polishing
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  1. A substance used for polishing
  2. The act or process of polishing:
  3. A substance containing chemical agents or abrasive particles and applied to smooth or shine a surface:
Anything that disinfects; means for destroying harmful bacteria, viruses, etc.
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  1. Anything that disinfects; means for destroying harmful bacteria, viruses, etc.
  2. An agent, such as heat, radiation, or a chemical, that is applied to inanimate objects to destroy, neutralize, or inhibit the growth of disease-carrying microorganisms.
A substance that inhibits the proliferation of infectious microorganisms.
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  1. A substance that inhibits the proliferation of infectious microorganisms.
  2. Any substance that inhibits the action of microorganisms
  3. A substance that prevents infection by inhibiting the growth of infectious agents.
  1. A laxative
  2. A medicine for stimulating evacuation of the bowels; purgative
  3. An agent for purging the bowels, especially a laxative.
A person or device that purifies (by removing impurities)
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  1. A person or device that purifies (by removing impurities)
A powdered, abrasive cleaner.
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A machine or substance used in cleaning.
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  1. A machine or substance used in cleaning.
  2. A device that cleans, such as the vacuum cleaner.
  3. A cleaning detergent.
Alternative spelling of dry cleaner.
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  1. Alternative spelling of dry cleaner.
  2. A person whose business is the dry cleaning of clothes and other fabrics.
A traditional Indian and Persian body massage given after pouring warm water over the body and rubbing it with extracts from herbs.
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  1. A traditional Indian and Persian body massage given after pouring warm water over the body and rubbing it with extracts from herbs.
  2. Any of various liquid or cream preparations of soap or detergent used to wash the hair and scalp.
  3. A commercial liquid soap product for washing hair or other fibres/fibers, such as carpets.
  1. Lather, foam
  2. (Slang) Beer or ale
  3. Soapy water with a froth or foam on the surface
A creamy, soothing preparation of emulsified oil for softening and cleansing the skin
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  1. A creamy, soothing preparation of emulsified oil for softening and cleansing the skin
  2. (Pharmacy): An emulsion of water and certain fats, usually including beeswax and various scent agents, designed to smooth skin and remove makeup.
One who, or that which, clarifies.
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  1. One who, or that which, clarifies.
  2. A vessel in which the process of clarification is conducted.
A preparation for removing dirt or grime
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  1. A preparation for removing dirt or grime
  2. A cleaning detergent.
  3. A device that cleans, such as the vacuum cleaner.
A person or device that purifies (by removing impurities)
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  1. A person or device that purifies (by removing impurities)
Agent noun of refine; one who refines.
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  1. Agent noun of refine; one who refines.
A building, or a mass of machinery, used to produce refined products such as sugar, oil, or metals.
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  1. A building, or a mass of machinery, used to produce refined products such as sugar, oil, or metals.
  2. An industrial plant that uses mechanical and chemical means to purify a substance, such as petroleum or sugar, or to convert it to a form that is more useful.
  3. An establishment or plant for refining, or purifying, such raw materials as oil, metal, or sugar
Find another word for cleanser. In this page you can discover 33 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for cleanser, like: soap, cleansing agent, cleaning agent, detergent, abrasive, lather, solvent, purgative, deodorant, fumigant and soap flakes.