Sweepings



adjective
1.
of wide range or scope.
2.
moving or passing about over a wide area:
a sweeping glance.
3.
moving, driving, or passing steadily and forcibly on.
4.
(of the outcome of a contest) decisive; overwhelming; complete:
a sweeping victory.
noun
5.
the act of a person or thing that sweeps.
6.
sweepings, matter swept out or up, as dust, refuse, etc.
plural noun
1.
debris, litter, or refuse
adjective
1.
comprehensive and wide-ranging: sweeping reforms
2.
indiscriminate or without reservations: sweeping statements
3.
decisive or overwhelming: a sweeping victory
4.
taking in a wide area: a sweeping glance
5.
driving steadily onwards, esp over a large area: a sweeping attack

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