Words nearby scrubber
Other definitions for scrubber (2 of 3)
- an inhabitant of the bush.
- any domestic animal that has run off into the bush and become wild, especially a steer.
Other definitions for scrubber (3 of 3)
How to use scrubber in a sentence
With civilization continuing to pump ever-increasing amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, perhaps plants — nature’s carbon scrubbers — might be able to package up some of that excess carbon and bury it underground for centuries or longer.A Soil-Science Revolution Upends Plans to Fight Climate Change|Gabriel Popkin|July 27, 2021|Quanta Magazine
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Most experts recommend using a mild cleaning formula along with your scrubber.
The apparatus consequently supplies the place of the exhauster and the scrubber.
He walked over and pulled one of the brushes off the defunct scrubber and sudsed it up.The Bramble Bush|Gordon Randall Garrett
The scrubber is a vessel containing in its lower part water, W, supplied by a pipe, and having an overflow.
Here I am boxed up, like a scrubber in a pound, year after year—and years after that—for I don't know how long.Robbery Under Arms|Thomas Alexander Browne, AKA Rolf Boldrewood
Jemmy the Scrubber, unable to imbue the rest of his watch with his own restless activity, gave me no peace night or day.The Log of a Sea-Waif|Frank T. Bullen