from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which softens.
- noun Specifically, In ceramics, a broad brush used to spread vitrifiable color thinly and uniformly on the biscuit.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Written also, less properly, softner. One who, or that which, softens.
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Agent nounof soften; one who softens.
- noun chemistry A substance added to make something
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a substance added to another to make it less hard
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• Skip fabric softener, which is too thick for front loaders.
Coz I still don't know what chemical substances are both present in papain and fabric softener which is responsible in softening the cloths.
Some soft plastic products contain a "softener" called DINP, which can cause liver and kidney damage as well as cancer.
She smells clean and edible, like fabric softener.
Zimmerman recalls with a cackle the time Ostling told Gerckens that his lighting for a brothel scene in "Pericles" made it look like a fabric-softener commercial.
He looked like a little angel lying there, like one of the babies they used in ads for toilet paper and fabric softener.
If you're using a fabric softener, he says, try a natural one such as white vinegar, as chemicals could alter the texture of the garment.
Well, because one is a stool softener(Colace) and one is a stool mover (Senekot).
Bloomberg News Procter & Gamble Co.'s Downy fabric softener sits on the shelf at a supermarket in New York.
They include Downy fabric softener—but scented with lavender, which P&G research shows Hispanic consumers favor.