cleanout

[ kleen-out ]
/ ˈklinˌaʊt /

noun

an act of cleaning out.
an opening or passage giving access to a place that requires occasional cleaning, as a soil pipe.

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Origin of cleanout

1885–90, Americanism; noun use of verb phrase clean out
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