1. a hired mourner
  2. a person who weeps
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  • (Soundbite of kalimba) Mr. BERGMAN: And then there's another one, this is the - the one that I was just telling you about, the street sweeper tines from the Eastern Market, and this one is very sort of strange instrument, but it's not one that we use on too many songs. NOMO: The Sonic Maelstrom Of 'Ghost Rock'
  • Therefore, the whole armada would be spear headed by a flotilla of 287 mine sweepers that would clear the way for the ships behind them.
  • At the start of World War II, he entered the Royal navy and served with distinction on mine sweepers, destroyers, and rocket launchers.
  • The khansamah would appear to be the only functionary in residence until the hour of departure draws near, when a whole party of underlings -- chowkidars, bheesties, and sweepers -- appear from nowhere in particular; and the lordly traveller, having presented them with about twopence apiece, rolls off along the dusty white road, leaving the khansamah and his myrmidons salaaming on the verandah. A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil
  • -- But she has head that the devil is black; and having a mind to make one of me, brays together, in the mortar of her wild fancy, twenty chimney-sweepers, in order to make one sootier than ordinary rise out of the dirty mass. Clarissa Harlowe; or the history of a young lady — Volume 7
  • The water-race down the wall is shown by mosses and lichens, pellitories, and rock-plants; curtains and hangers; slides, shrubs, and weepers of the most vivid green, which give life and beauty to the sternest stone. To the Gold Coast for Gold A Personal Narrative in Two Volumes.—Volume I
  • More important, he's not likely to forget that it was a naval minesweeper that picked him up out of the North Sea. SAN ANDREAS
  • The shine is being taken out of Ulverston because of dirty streets cleaned by street sweepers who have become strangers to brooms, the town council agreed this week, reports Jennie Dennett.
  • The first Indian missile boat attack occurred on 4-5 December, from the south; it sank a destroyer and a coastal minesweeper.
  • Their other advantages are warmth and ease of cleaning with a carpet sweeper or vacuum cleaner.
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