from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An article, such as toothpaste or a hairbrush, used in personal grooming or dressing.
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- n. Any item used for personal hygiene or grooming.
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- n. artifacts used in making your toilet (washing and taking care of your body)
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I decided to chip in by doing something that I think, in all modesty, I've got a certain gift for assembling a "dopp kit," aka a toiletry bag.
Those interested can donate anything, such as toiletry items, candy, toys, stuffed animals and school supplies.
"The paradox of the toilet and a person's actions is something that no boss can even think about interfering with and the thought that bosses think they have the control to get involved in the toiletry is a gross invasion of an employee's privacy.
(such as toiletry goods produced by Colgate-Palmolive) - all of whom are doing relatively well in this economic slowdown.
In the air, privilege is the principle: there's nothing like the cosseted luxury in this case, a toiletry kit and a lie down of a first-class cabin to sort the wheat from the chavs.
Now excuse me while I carry out my toiletry hygeine with the pro-slavery rag.
Inside, I use a medium-sized toiletry bag to protect my wicks and for the rest of the miscellany.
Volunteers unpacked turkey, tuna, and ham sandwiches, boxes of diapers, and toiletry kits.
I'm especially proud of my traveling toiletry kit.
I had two of everything toiletry-wise and super small ones as everything for a weekend had to fit into a small backpack which fit into the saddlebag on the bike.