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deep clean

noun
1.
an exceptionally intense cleaning process
verb
2.
to perform a deep clean (on)
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  • On her head there was a deep clean cut, and one of her fore-legs was gashed, evidently by a Malay chopper.

  • They don't suffer more than a man would while healing a deep clean cut.

    The Penalty Gouverneur Morris
  • Examination showed a deep clean cut in the fur of the neck, from which the blood still flowed sluggishly.

    The Black Buccaneer Stephen W. Meader

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