[ US /ʃæmˈpu/ ]
[ UK /ʃæmpˈuː/ ]
  1. use shampoo on (hair)
  1. the act of washing your hair with shampoo
  2. cleansing agent consisting of soaps or detergents used for washing the hair
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How To Use shampoo In A Sentence

  • Supposedly olive oil is the only oil that can be shampooed out. Head Lice and Shame « Colleen Anderson
  • A range of shampoos, emollient products and some topical steroid preparations can be bought from pharmacies.
  • Richard inspected and rejected as poor towel substitutes a loofah, a half-empty bottle of shampoo, and a small yellow rubber duck. NEVERWHERE
  • She squirted herself a generous amount of shampoo and began lathering her hair with it.
  • He'd seen this face dozens of times, smiling out from the TV screen, extolling the virtues of shampoo. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW
  • What sort of shampoo do you use?
  • We would also know intriguingly what shampoo and hair conditioner he buys. Times, Sunday Times
  • Right now it's pretty dry and thrashed from the stripping treatment, but I have expensive shampoo and conditioner, and the brutal hairdresser assured me that with patience and continued use my hair would work its way back to normal. hair fix #3
  • Brands like Artec shampoo are slathered on dark-haired cows, while Pantene is preferred for the blonder bovines. Well-Heeled Men Behind Manolos Try on Hooves for Size
  • There was a woman who had to sell her brainchild - baby shampoo - to Tesco.
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