- v. alternative spelling of moisturize.
- v. make (more) humid
“The first and most essential mantra, experts say, is 'moisturise'.”
“moisturise' the air, as does a saucer of water near a radiator.”
“Always say: "I cleanse, tone and moisturise twice daily!”
“Instead, I look away at the awkward timing, hurry up and finish the last of my wine, and decide to go home to moisturise my burning scalp.”
“During "Saving All My Love for You" she stoops to moisturise her ankles and on several occasions appears to be singing to her shoes.”
“You should wear them all day and moisturise your legs to prevent the skin cracking.”
“Much as it shocks me to admit it, I think beauty oils (and here I'd include any scented liquid fat, applied to the body after bathing) might actually work – might actually moisturise your skin, making it supple overnight, rosy, flush and young again.”
“We're doomed: you can moisturise my feet while you're there...”
“I like the Chanel because it moisturise your lips at the same time.”
“I could easily live with another norm - perhaps I could even learn to drink enough water and to moisturise - and be just as happy.”
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