from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A trademark used for a brand of petroleum jelly.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A trademark brand of petroleum jelly or vaseline.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A yellowish translucent substance, almost odorless and tasteless, obtained as a residue in the purification of crude petroleum, and consisting essentially of a mixture of several of the higher members of the paraffin series. It is used as an unguent, and for various purposes in the arts. See the Note under petrolatum.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as petrolatum.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a trademarked brand of petroleum jelly
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I carry a Ferrocerium sparker, several cotton balls soaked in Vaseline, and occasionally carry a small stick of sap wood.
In my household Vaseline is strictly for chapped-lip purposes only, so I can only assume that some persons of a Gallic persuasion have snuck into my bathroom and practised some A-levels.
Vaseline is to stop snails climbing up plant pots.
Invest in Vaseline and KY Jelly, the republicans are buying it by the pallet.
The needles and thread are removed from the jar whilst the Vaseline is still warm and deposited on a black towel.
I still feel as though I'm thinking through a film of cheesecloth dipped in Vaseline.
In a recent news release, Manhattan dermatologist Amy Wechsler calls Vaseline "the best lip moisturizer."
I talked to our nurse, and she said to use Lotramin AF on it, covered with Vaseline, which is NOT easy to do anytime, but especially difficult when he's screaming in pain and trying to get away.
• Be sure to stay home near a bathroom as your system clears out, and use wet wipes and a skin-soothing product such as Vaseline or Desitin since to prevent soreness and chafing.
An array of baby products are eligible for flex spend reimbursement, including products that provide teething relief and a selection of ointments that treat and prevent diaper rash such as Vaseline, A&D and Desitin.