Definition of houseclean in US English:

houseclean

verb

North American
  • See housecleaning

    • ‘The average parent works all day, then comes home to prepare dinner for children, houseclean, pay the bills, etc.’
    • ‘Individuals should houseclean their stock portfolio by December 23 to trigger sufficient capital losses to offset against any capital gains realized in the year.’
    • ‘Our staff maintains and housecleans the buildings and there is never any mowing or repairs to worry about.’
    • ‘Mom cooked, made our clothes, housecleaned, and taught us to behave.’
    • ‘He and his wife had people who housecleaned and cooked for them.’

Pronunciation

houseclean

/ˈhaʊsˌklin//ˈhousˌklēn/