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Synonyms for housecleaning

a thorough or drastic reorganization

Words related to housecleaning

(figurative) the act of reforming by the removal of unwanted personnel or practices or conditions

the act of cleaning the rooms and furnishings of a house

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The housecleaner deceived her employer under the pretext of throwing away trash to get out of the house.
Here are the child care providers, the housecleaners, bus drivers, beauticians, and secretaries professional women employ.
Having enjoined his reticent wife to take part in what would be a grueling, nine-week exercise in human adaptation and behavior modification, Michael--like most of the gung-ho male participants of these series--was apparently unaware of the amount of physical toil that she would have to endure as fulltime housecleaner and cook for the family.
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She settled in Leominster and has since taken any employment she could find, holding down jobs as a housecleaner, dishwasher, waitress and quality control worker.
The jobs that these immigrants worked included, garment ironer, housecleaner, waiter/tress, and janitor.
Fatima Hassan, a 32-year-old housecleaner, also from Ketermaya, said she struggled to provide for her family.
Strauss-Kahn is charged with attacking a 32-year-old housecleaner at his Manhattan hotel suite.
This aunt had come to America as a teenager to serve a family as housecleaner, cook, and nanny.
Disguised as a pleasant housecleaner, I am invisible.
Though 10% of women identify a housecleaner for a month as the gift they'd most like to receive, less than 1% of men are planning to hire an extra set of hands to pick up the cleaning duties.
Five runners up were also honored, receiving services from a personal chef or housecleaner for three months.
of Michigan - A housecleaner and personal assistant who donated a portion of her liver to her boss after just a few months on the job and saved his life.