from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A trade-name of a toilet preparation said to be distilled from the fresh leaves and twigs of witch-hazel, Hamamelis Virginiana.
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I smear them with hazeline before turning in, and find it a good thing.
Hoadley complained of snow-blindness and all were suffering with cracked lips; there was consequently a big demand for hazeline cream in the evening.
With these, by the light of a candle, he washed the wound, dipped the rag in hazeline, and applied it.
But I've got a tube of hazeline, also a hair-brush and
Doctor, come and oil my face, there's a good fellow; yes, and the rest of me also, if there is enough hazeline. "
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