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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of exfoliate.


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  • The whole surface of this gigantic drift showed again that "exfoliated" appearance which I have described.

    Over Prairie Trails

  • At the line where the two motions join we have that edge the appearance of which suggested to me the comparison with "exfoliated" rock in a previous paper.

    Over Prairie Trails

  • But, I tell you, it really kind of exfoliated my skin well.


  • "exfoliated" surface sheets which here, too, gave it an inhuman, primeval look; in the higher sun the vast expanse looked, I suppose, more blindingly white; and nowhere did buildings or thickets seem to emerge.

    Over Prairie Trails

  • Remove it with the accompanying muslin cloth to leave the skin exfoliated and truly clean. $75,

    Reaching Cult Status

  • The results: After 2 weeks of use, my complexion is exfoliated, smooth, and bright, without the telltale redness I've come to expect from a peel.

    Pandora Young: January's Best Beauty Finds

  • The body scrubbing is fast and efficient, then my face is exfoliated with fast, but gentle, strokes.

    Norma Kamali: Am I at a Korean Day Spa or on Set With Italian Vogue?

  • Ms. Fadillioglu, now 54 years old, says that good scrubbers are as sought after as good hairdressers, and that, in the Istanbul of her youth, an exfoliated look was a sign of prestige.

    Hammam Rejuvenation

  • The most pampered dogs these days get their hair colored and their paws exfoliated.

    At This Hotel, Even a Pooch Can Live in the Lap of Luxury

  • Matt Nager for The Wall Street Journal The most pampered dogs these days get their hair colored and their paws exfoliated.

    Going to the Dogs


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