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toothbrush

noun as in brush

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A popular example is the suggestion to cut your toothbrush in half to save a few grams.

If you’re too embarrassed to bring your face wash, toothbrush, and washcloth into a grocery store bathroom, you may find yourself skimping on personal hygiene.

It comes with coffee supplies and spare toothbrushes, in case you forgot yours.

I went to the bathroom and washed my face and armpits and I brushed my teeth in the morning with my index finger without a toothbrush and toothpaste.

Don’t use her toothbrush, close the door when you go to the bathroom, and if you use the last of anything, replace it!

Make the chore a lot more fun with a super cute toothbrush holder.

He packed only two pairs of pants, three shirts, and one toothbrush, then set out for Africa with Karl Johnson.

This, by the way, is the technological equivalent of sharing a toothbrush.

We trim and then scrub his fingernails and toenails with a toothbrush.

My husband arrived that day in court with his toothbrush, razor, and a change of underwear, ready for prison.

I wonder if you would have eschewed the harmless, necessary tub and danced upon the broken bones of the innocuous toothbrush.

I speak: 'Dink, I bet Bill here a quarter that you used a toothbrush.'

But then, would an off-Earth being ever guess the use of—say—a toothbrush or a bobbypin?

Bart got up and washed his face, remembering that he had no luggage with him, not so much as a toothbrush.

I'll have to remember to stick my toothbrush in tomorrow morning before I head down to Civic Center.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to toothbrush, such as: broom, besom, hairbrush, mop, polisher, and sweeper.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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