plumber's snake

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Man using a plumber’s snake to unclog a sewer pipe.

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plumber's snake (plural plumber's snakes)

  1. A long, flexible tool, often with rotating blades at its forward end, which is inserted into a plumbing pipe system and used to remove clogs or other obstructions.

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