carpet sweeper

noun
a pushable, long-handled implement for removing dirt, lint, etc., from rugs and carpets, consisting of a metal case enclosing one or more brushes that rotate.

Origin:
1855–60, Americanism

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Example sentences
Jumping up, she fetched the carpet sweeper and a duster from the kitchen, and set to work with feverish energy.
The purchasing coordinator will purchase a carpet sweeper to provide staff an option when cleaning their spaces.
The maid in the kitchen reminds us that some new conveniences have been added, as she stands with a carpet sweeper in her hand.
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