scrub brush

  1. a brush with stiff, short bristles for scrubbing.

Origin of scrub brush

First recorded in 1675–85
  • Also called scrubbing brush .

Words Nearby scrub brush Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use scrub brush in a sentence

  • Finger nails cut even with end of fingers and cleaned daily with scrub brush.

    A Civic Biology | George William Hunter
  • But when Gail found her with soap and scrub-brush polishing off each precious ball, she was forced to curb her zealous gardening.

    At the Little Brown House | Ruth Alberta Brown
  • Hence, in the west, it has come to mean any low or scrub brush that thickly covers a hill or mountain-side.

    The Lake of the Sky | George Wharton James
  • Nowhere was there any shade except the tiny pools of shadow at the roots of the scrub brush.

    Under Handicap | Jackson Gregory