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dejunk Line breaks: de¦junk
Pronunciation: /diːˈdʒʌŋk/

Definition of dejunk in English:


[with object] informal
Clear (a room or other space) by disposing of clutter and unwanted possessions: dejunk the house before you move
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  • You know, when I'm busy I'm full of dejunking fervour.
  • Having a more positive approach to making choices builds your confidence - and dejunks your clutter.
  • Now that we are ready to start dejunking and unclutter our lives, let's look at a few dejunking tips.

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