• Definition for "furbish"
    • To brighten by cleaning or rubbing; polish.
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furbish definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To brighten by cleaning or rubbing; polish.
    • To restore to appealing or serviceable condition; renovate.
    • To brighten by cleansing or scrubbing; polish.
    • To restore to attractive or serviceable condition; renovate.
    • To wipe or scour to brightness; to completely clean; to burnish.
    • To scrub or scour to brightness; to wash; to burnish.
    • To brighten by cleansing or scrubbing; polish.
    • to replace to appealing or serviceable condition; renovate.
    • To scrub or scour to brightness; to wash; to burnish.
  • verb:
    • To polish or burnish.
    • To renovate or recondition.
    • To polish or burnish.
    • To renovate or recondition.
    • polish and make shiny
    • To polish or burnish.
    • To renovate or recondition.
    • polish while making shiny
    • polish making shiny
  • others:
    • To scrub or scour to brightness; polish; burnish.
    • To scrub or scour to brightness; polish; burnish.
    • Figuratively, to clear from taint or stain; restore the fame or brightness of; renovate.
    • Figuratively, to clear from taint or stain; restore the glory or brightness of; renovate.
    • To rub or scour to brightness; polish; burnish.
    • Figuratively, to clear from taint or stain; restore the fame or brightness of; renovate.
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