Synonym: brush, clean, coast, extend, glide, move, range, skim, slide, slip, stretch, vacuum. Similar words: week, weed, weekly, weed out, swell, swear, between, weekend. Meaning: [swɪːp] n. 1. a wide scope 2. someone who cleans soot from chimneys 3. winning all or all but one of the tricks in bridge 4. a long oar used in an open boat 5. (American football) an attempt to advance the ball by running around the end of the line 6. a movement in an arc. v. 1. sweep across or over 2. move with sweeping, effortless, gliding motions 3. sweep with a broom or as if with a broom 4. force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action 5. to cover or extend over an area or time period 6. clean by sweeping 7. win an overwhelming victory in or on 8. cover the entire range of 9. make a big sweeping gesture or movement.
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1. Sweep before your own door.
2. New brooms sweep clean.
4. Don't forget to sweep under the beds.
5. Sweep the room out well.
6. It is highly important that we combine revolutionary sweep with practicalness.
7. Please sweep the floor.
8. Sweep the leaves into the corner where they won't be noticed.
9. The house overlooks the great sweep of the St Lawrence river.
10. You'd better damp down the ground and then sweep it.
11. Did you sweep up all the broken glass?
12. The kitchen needs a good sweep.
13. Romania made a clean sweep of the medals.
14. Give the room a good sweep.
15. The hotel gardens sweep down to the beach.
16. Cross-currents can sweep the strongest swimmer helplessly away.
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17. Will you sweep the leaves off the patio?
18. Thousands of jobs were lost in one broad sweep.
19. Strong winds regularly sweep the islands.
20. The rescue helicopter made another sweep over the bay.
21. This floor needs a good sweep.
22. Wintry weather continues to sweep across Britain.
23. An undercover sweep netted 22 suspects in one evening.
24. Her eyes made a comprehensive sweep of the room.
25. With one sweep of her hand she threw back the sheets.
26. He began to sweep the pieces of glass into a pile .
27. Two of the soldiers swiftly began making a sweep of the premises.
28. Newspaper editorials spoke of the need to sweep away corruption.
29. It is highly important for us to combine revolutionary sweep with practicalness.
30. As we travel south,(sentencedict.com) the countryside begins to undulate as the rolling hills sweep down to the riverbanks.
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