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cleanser

[ klen-zer ]
/ ˈklɛn zər /
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noun
a preparation for cleansing, as a liquid or powder for scouring sinks, bathtubs, etc., or a cream for cleaning the face.
a person or thing that cleanses.
Chiefly Eastern New England. a dry-cleaning establishment.
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Origin of cleanser

before 1000; Middle English; Old English clǣnsere;see cleanse, -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for cleanser

cleanser
/ (ˈklɛnzə) /

noun
a cleansing agent, such as a detergent
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