from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Attributive form of toilet paper
- v. To cover with toilet paper
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A manila tissue-paper, readily soluble in water, for use in toilet-rooms.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Dear Heloise: Where is it written that toilet-paper dispensers in stores and other public places have to be placed so close to the floor?
I always make it a point to thank a store manager when the toilet-paper dispenser is placed where it is easier to use.
MOSCOW—More than a dozen Russian companies seeking to raise $9.7 billion in initial public offering this year, ranging from a toilet-paper maker to a helicopter builder, will need to time their listing carefully so as not to come to market when the Kremlin is overwhelming international investors with state-asset sales.
OAO Syktyvkar Tissue Group, a toilet-paper producer, plans to float up to 30% of its shares on Micex, Russia's major stock exchange, in April or May.
Mr. Grunstein in court papers has denied making the toilet-paper comparison and argued that the purchase option isn't valid because it was meant to be collateral for a loan that Mr. Schron never made.
Me: You are the brand manager for a leading American toilet-paper manufacturer and you do not know what a derder is?
Why do so many people lust after mud rooms, brushed-nickel toilet-paper holders, or countertops made from Giallo Ornamental Granite, imported from Brazil?
I now give a few squirts of spray to the inside of my cardboard toilet-paper rolls so that, with each use, a nice scent is released.
The gummint can take my poodle-headed crochet toilet-paper cozy when they pry it from my cold, dead hands!
Maintenance workers discovered that the septic tanks were full of smooth stones — a toilet-paper substitute used by many rural Afghans.
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