It was as if every morning that ship had been arduously explored with—with toothbrushes.
In the German army there is a regular morning inspection of teeth and toothbrushes.
Towels and toothbrushes alone were sacred to the individual.
But, Ann, what did you mean about—about toothbrushes and socks?
Toothbrushes, made with horsehair, were a new and costly luxury.
Shaving things and soap and toothbrushes, handkerchiefs and chocolate and writing materials.
Mortimer boots strewed the scullery, their coats smothered the hat-stand, their toothbrushes filled the bathroom.
It has been hinted, too, that a conductor worth his salt would have filled up interstices of the medicine chest with toothbrushes.
For toothbrushes and their purchase are determined by the nature of human beings, not by the nature of embryonic stars.
They are packed for departure with toothbrushes and toothpaste, packages of gum, tobacco and books.