It was lavender water; he drenched her hair and brow and hands.
Where is that lavender water, my dear—your favourite remedy for a burning head?
It would be impossible that you should smell the lavender water, if particles of it did not come in actual contact with your nose.
The making of lavender water in the town is referred to in the Introduction.
Then he had a fine white pocket-handkerchief, soaked in lavender water; and immaculate white kid gloves.
She found the bottle before Carmina could help her, and soaked her handkerchief in the lavender water, and tied it round her head.
I thot I'd be prepared, so I washed myself in ma's lavender water, and sprinkeled oh de coloney all over my does.
The greatest treat that could be bestowed upon Saï was lavender water.
With her teeth she drew the cork of the lavender water bottle, and with her handkerchief dabbed the perfume on forehead and ears.
Cultivated for its flowers, for the distillation of lavender water, for flavouring sauces, and for medicinal purposes.