shoe polish

NOUN
  1. a substance used to produce a shiny protective surface on footwear
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How To Use shoe polish In A Sentence

  • Starts work at Qantas corporate building C at Kingsford Smith Airport in Sydney, where she stops by the product service centre where she can pick up hairpins, hairspray, shoe polish and nail polish remover to ensure she is what she calls "runway ready". NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
  • No wires, little heat, just a big void usually stuffed with cleaning items, shoe polish and a lot of bric-a-brac.
  • Instead, inventive Russians got busy distilling their own heady and often fatal alcoholic concoctions using ingredients like toothpaste or shoe polish.
  • Part of me has been used in the manufacture of books, glue, shoe polish and marshmallow.
  • The apples all shimmer like celebrities at a premiere, because they are given a shiny coating with carnauba wax (also used in shoe polish).
  • And now because of her stalling, she only got a couple strips of bacon in her stomach before her mother dragged her to the large sink in the laundry room, armed with the bottle of shoe polish.
  • The chemical is normally used for industrial purposes in solvents, petrol and shoe polish and is banned in food.
  • Sudan 1's dark red properties make it an ideal colourant for petrol, oils, waxes and shoe polish.
  • Or would one of them claim it tasted of peanut butter and elderberries while the other detected hints of shoe polish and rainbow trout?
  • Usage: medication, Chinese traditional medicine, shoe polish, pencil, cosmetic, ink and other industries.
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