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Toothbrush   /tˈuθbrəʃ/   Listen
Toothbrush

noun
1.
Small brush; has long handle; used to clean teeth.
2.
Slang for a mustache.  Synonym: soup-strainer.



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"Toothbrush" Quotes from Famous Books



... "what are we to do—I haven't even a night-suit of pyjamas. I haven't even a toothbrush. No hotel will ...
— The Man Who Lost Himself • H. De Vere Stacpoole

... before Uncle Ed arrived were busy indeed. We had to gather together the necessary provisions and supplies. Our personal outfits were very simple. Each member supplied himself with a change of underwear, a bathing suit, a blanket and a toothbrush. A single comb and brush served for the entire society, and was used on Sundays, the only day we really dressed up. All the rest of the time we lived in our bathing suits, except, of course, on cold rainy days. ...
— The Scientific American Boy - The Camp at Willow Clump Island • A. Russell Bond

... V would never have thought of such a thing as riding Jake. She would have considered it as much as her life was worth to put her saddle on him without first asking Bill. Once she had asked Bill, and Bill had looked as if she had asked for his toothbrush; shocked, incredulous, as though he could not believe his ears. "Well, I should sa-ay not!" Bill had replied when she had made it plain that she ...
— Skyrider • B. M. Bower

... cutting the other side so short as to make something like a match to the singed-off side where he was burnt that I made him able to go out when he got better. Soldiers do wear their hair pretty close, but his head looked quite indecent; and, as for his starshers, they're like a bit o' black toothbrush worn stumpy." ...
— The Queen's Scarlet - The Adventures and Misadventures of Sir Richard Frayne • George Manville Fenn

... caravanserai steps, stable-roof, and other conspicuous soul-inspiring places, announces the approach of bedtime. My room is actually found to contain a towel and an old tooth-brush; the towel has evidently not been laundried for some time and a public toothbrush is hardly a joy-inspiring object to contemplate; nevertheless they are evidences that the proprietor of the caravanserai is possessed of vague, shadowy ideas of a Ferenghi's requirements. After a person has dried his face with the slanting sunbeams of early ...
— Around the World on a Bicycle V1 • Thomas Stevens

... art: looking-glasses hanging to trees, snowy wash-cloths, each bearing its owner's initials, adorning the shrubs, while numerous towels waved in the breeze. Between two trees a thin board was nailed, which appeared to be used, as nearly as the woodpeckers could make out, as a toothbrush rack. In this, Philip, the skilful carpenter, had bored the necessary number of holes, and each one contained a toothbrush tied ...
— A Summer in a Canyon: A California Story • Kate Douglas Wiggin

... People—street cars, gutters, pavements, theatres, electric light, cabs, manicures, dogs, cats, canary birds, hotels, barber shops, candy stores, hats, umbrellas, bakeries, cakeries, steakeries, shops,—you can't think of a thing that the city don't own. No more private ownership of anything from a toothbrush to a yacht, and the result is ...
— Alice in Blunderland - An Iridescent Dream • John Kendrick Bangs

... dollars in advance for the room, and took pains to show that she had plenty of money. She begged also to buy or borrow a clean nightgown, and suggested that, if there were a new toothbrush in the house, she would be glad to have it. Mrs. MacMahon laughed. A nightgown she could lend, but as for a toothbrush, there wouldn't be one this side of the nearest drugstore. Miss Ryan (the name Clo gave) ...
— The Lion's Mouse • C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

... limpid blue eyes, and if she is silent she is never sullen. She hasn't the heavy forehead and jaw of the Galician women and she hasn't the Asiatic cast of face that belongs to the Russian peasant. And she has the finest mouthful of teeth I ever saw in a human head—and she never used a toothbrush in her life! She is only nineteen, but such a bosom, ...
— The Prairie Wife • Arthur Stringer

... going to stay until after the Yates game. They telegraphed me to come and coach the tackles. Instead of going to your room let's go to mine. I've taken a suite of one room and a closet at Dixon's on the avenue. I haven't unpacked my toothbrush yet. Come over with me and take lunch, and we'll talk ...
— The Half-Back • Ralph Henry Barbour

... He's taken his toothbrush and his sleeping draught.... You know he tried to get leave yesterday and they ...
— The Romantic • May Sinclair



Words linked to "Toothbrush" :   toiletry, toilet articles, electric toothbrush, soup-strainer, toothbrush tree, vernacular, argot, moustache, mustache, jargon, brush, cant, lingo, slang, patois



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