[ UK /skɹˈʌbz/ ]
  1. protective garment worn by surgeons during operations
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How To Use scrubs In A Sentence

  • The boy appeared groggy as he was tended by a doctor in green scrubs and a veiled, gloved and masked nurse.
  • The children seem to think it's an adventure, an adventure that includes shedding their clothes, decontamination and donning of scrubs.
  • The bather simply stands under the water, gets wet, scrubs with soap and often a washcloth, and then rinses off.
  • I use them in scrubs and some soaps and they add color and nice texture. New Jojoba beads!
  • He glanced unemphatically at my bloodstained scrubs and observed, “You were wearing gloves while doing the post.” POSTMORTEM
  • Soon, we were joined by a doctor wearing green scrubs.
  • if you take a selector who has bullocked all his life to raise crops on dusty, stony patches in the scrubs, and put him on land where there's plenty of water and manure, he's apt to get disheartened.
  • Across the river a laundress scrubs clothes on the water-steps.
  • Your child should steer clear of harsh exfoliants or scrubs, which can actually irritate blemishes.
  • Our blacks weren't regular cannibals, but in the bunya season they'd all collect in the scrubs and feed on the nuts and nothing else for months. Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land
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