London is fighting back hearteningly now, with Twitter citizen armies wielding brooms and mops, buckets, and duct tape.
Duane grabs a towel and mops his streaming face while Dicky spoons out the coke.
Propose to meet them in hall closets, and you'll find yourself spending your quality time alone with a lot of mops.
But at last it was ready and packed into an old hat box belonging to mops, the Scarecrow's cook.
A savour of soap suds, mops, and the corners of old pantries, emanated from her.
Its giant brooms and mops seem to reach the starry rafters and Starless corners of the cosmos; it is a cosmic spring cleaning.
"I ain't so sure about parting with mops," returned the old man, gruffly.
I feel like organizing a class to show them how to marcelle their mops and "straight front" their stomachs.
Im mopsy to the family, but my special friends call me mops.
He was very fond of seeing brooms, mops, picks and shovels in use.
late 15c., mappe "bundle of yarn, etc., fastened to the end of a stick for cleaning or spreading pitch on a ship's decks," from Walloon (French) mappe "napkin," from Latin mappa "napkin" (see map (n.)). Modern spelling by 1660s. Of hair, from 1847.
1709, from mop (n.). Related: Mopped; mopping.
[1944+ Black; probably from the notion of mopping or cleaning up, influenced by earlier jazz use ''the last beat at the end of a jazz number'']