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- n. A tropical vine, of the genus Luffa, having almost cylindrical fruit with a spongy, fibrous interior; the dishcloth gourd
- n. The dried fibrous interior used as a sponge for bathing
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- n. the dried fibrous part of the fruit of a plant of the genus Luffa; used as a washing sponge or strainer
- n. the loofah climber that has cylindrical fruit
At the final bar, The Horse and Carriage—a total dive, a place where 90 percent of the patrons have never even heard the word loofah, let alone ever used it, but apparently cool to the hipsters in Hollywood—our bar stools faced each other and he suddenly grabbed for my three-day stubbly calves.
Kelly, one of our own at Bramble Berry, made the fabulous orange glycerin loofah soap.
The common name loofah and the scientific name Luffa are derived from the Arabic common name for this plant, lûfa.
I love that O'Reilly calls a loofah a 'falafel' in that transcript.
And loves nothing better than to be admired in her bath, waiting for you to hand her your "loofah".
And it's meaning is 'loofah', not too far off in ridiculousness.
This soothing mixture is applied to the body using the therapists hands and a loofah which is naturally grown in Jamaica.
Andrea Mackris. (you can throw in "loofah" if you wish. madmac41 Says:
This from a man who either has ‘falafel’ and ‘loofah’ confused, or is very, very weird.
He went into his bathroom and watched her as she soaped herself with his loofah from her breasts to her ankles in his shower.
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