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  • n. Plural form of lathering.

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Examples

  • Because the pelvis is tucked back during the Twist, it didn't tote the erotic aggression or encroaching intimacy of the rhythmic stalkings and grope-fests that would come later, once Baby was initiated into the full-body latherings of Dirty Dancing and hip-hop became a burlesque palace of humongous backfields in motion.

    A Twist in Time

  • This morning I learnt just how many latherings with soap are required to remove red permanent marker from one's arms.

    spectre12 Diary Entry

  • Altogether, in applying the various latherings, and the final oil-and-lathering, an hour should be spent, so as to continue the soothing effect during that time.

    Papers on Health

  • His party feel beholden to him because he has built up it's base with latherings of care and attention.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • Here's the additional use: if you have a dog that likes to roll in stink, one or two latherings with Dr. Bronner's peppermint soap will remove even the worst stink of decaying critter.

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