scrub brush


noun

a brush with stiff, short bristles for scrubbing.

Origin of scrub brush

First recorded in 1675–85
Also called scrubbing brush.
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Examples from the Web for scrub brush

  • 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
  • That he did, and with such feeling, that I almost fancy I see now the scrub-brush belabouring his head for his pains.

  • Jaffa, as a whole, could stand the scrub-brush and the hose.

    The Ship Dwellers|Albert Bigelow Paine