shaving brush

NOUN
  1. a brush used to apply lather prior to shaving
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How To Use shaving brush In A Sentence

  • Fans of classic shaving soap will know that applying it with a good shaving brush makes all the difference. Times, Sunday Times
  • She picked up the ivory-handled shaving brush which rested next to them, and felt the softness of its bristles against her face.
  • When I think of him I recall his British pronunciation of 'suit', the way he called a hanky a 'kerchief' and that he was fond of over-sized shaving brushes from Floris. Hindustan Times News Feeds 'Views'
  • His surgical instruments, along with his shaving brushes and spectacles, are displayed like holy relics. Times, Sunday Times
  • _Lather_" with soft water and good soap, such as Castile, or any other good hard soap, as a barber would for shaving, and apply that to the affected part with a soft shaving brush; apply it as carefully as possible, so as to cover every part of the surface, and go over it several times, letting the former coat dry a little before applying another, forming a thick crust impervious to the air. An Epitome of the Homeopathic Healing Art Containing the New Discoveries and Improvements to the Present Time
  • He had to write home for a shaving brush and mirror. Paul VI - The First Modern Pope
  • The best quality men's shaving brushes are made from badger bristle.
  • There were, in chief, a basin and a jug of water and a slop-pail of tin, and, further, a piece of yellow soap in a tray, a tooth-brush, a rat-tailed shaving brush, one huckaback towel, and one or two other minor articles. In the Days of the Comet
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