An implement consisting of multiple more or less flexible bristles or other filaments attached to a handle, used for any of various purposes including cleaning, painting, and arranging hair. (noun)
To clean with a brush. (verb)
Examples of word brush
Lemme brush it awf. *brush brush, brush brush* It doan’t kum awf.
_His_ gilding is one part gold to eleven other parts of brass and rubbish, and it has been laid on him with a brush -- _a brush_ -- pah! of course he will be as black as a crock in a few years 'time, whilst I am as bright as when I first was made, and, unless I am burnt as my Cordova burnt its heretics, I shall shine on forever. "
A few days before their arrival, Nelson had had what he called a brush with the enemy.
He collects pollen with an eye shadow brush from a tree chosen for its flavor, then brushes it on the flower pistil of another tree chosen for its durability or resistance to disease.
Restoring his own handle reassuringly to the recharger, he scrounged a manual brush from the medicine cabinet.
Obama, by painting all with the same brush is kindling the dangerous depths of the nation's psyche: the politics of envy.
This little is, however, quite sufficient to make the hair shine without being enough to damage the hair in any way, provided that the brush is used enough.