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Definition of the verb moisturize

What does moisturize mean as a doing word?

verb - inflections: moisturized | moisturizing | moisturizes

  1. make (more) humid
    • lexical domain: Change - verbs of size, temperature change, intensifying, etc.
    • alternative spelling: moisturise
    • synonym of moisturize: humidify
    • more generic words: dampen / moisten / wash = make moist
    • more specific word: hydrate = cause to be hydrated

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Google previewLazy Perfection (2017)

The Art of Looking Great Without Really Trying by Jenny Patinkin

Using an SPF lotion, cream, or gel to moisturize is a great way to use one product instead of two. And if you want to use a tinted sunscreen to give a sheer coverage to your skin, go for it. Not a thing wrong with multitasking like that. JUST STOP ...

Google previewOrganic Lip Balms Quick Start Guide (2017)

Rejuvenate & Protect Your Lips with Natural Homemade Lip Balm Recipes by Cindy Kole

To moisturize means to add moisture to parched or dry lips. The lips are considered part of the skin, but they are thinner ...

Google previewFaces around the World: A Cultural Encyclopedia of the Human Face (2012)

A Cultural Encyclopedia of the Human Face by Margo DeMello

moisturize. Olive oil itself was also used as a cleanser in ancient Rome, and honey was used throughout the Mediterranean region to both exfoliate and moisturize the skin. The Romans used flour and butter on acne, while the Greeks used ...

Google previewThe Canadian Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine (2012)

by Sherry Torkos

- Moisturize your skin after bathing and throughout the day. Look for creams that are thick and emollient and contain one or more of the following: chamomile, ...

Google previewDictionary of English Spelling (2005)

by Martin H. Manser

monitor moisturize or moisturise moisturizer or moisturizer molar grinding tooth molasses think brown syrup drained from raw sugar mold (US) see mould1 and mould2 Moldavia country in Eastern Europe bordering Romania and Ukraine ...

Google previewEncyclopedia Paranoiaca (2013)

by Henry Beard

Phthalates are industrial plasticizers that are added to lotions and sunscreen products to moisturize and soften skin, to nail polishes and hair sprays to impart flexibility to them after they dry, and to fragrances to give them more staying power.

Google previewThe New Dad Dictionary (2015)

Everything He Really Needs to Know - from A to Z by Chris Illuminati

Most baby lotions are essentially a blend of oil and water designed to cleanse, moisturize, and protect the baby's skin. Baby lotion can be used as an alternative to baby wipes by wiping away with a dry cloth and then a cloth with lotion to ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Pseudoscience (2013)

From Alien Abductions to Zone Therapy by William F. Williams

All this supposedly backs upthe implicit assertionthat thesubstances onsale willproduce thedesired effect: remove wrinkles, moisturize, promote healthy hair —in short, render the user more beautiful and younger looking. The jargon employed ...

Google previewSchirmer's Complete Rhyming Dictionary (2010)

by Paul Zollo

memorialize memorize mercerize merchandise merchandize mesmerize metabolize metastasize methodize metricize midsize militarize mineralize miniaturize minimize misadvise misapplies mobilize modernize modifies moisturize mollifies ...

Google previewDiamond Gem English Dictionary

by Dr. Baljit Singh

moisturize, -ise v.t. to add moisture to. molar' n. grinding tooth; back tooth. molar2 a. used for grinding; pertaining to grinding tooth.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Emulsion Technology (1985)

Applications by Daniel Schuster

to moisturize skin, to provide protection against sunburn , to prevent tooth decay , to strengthen nails, etc.) by means ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Human Body Systems (2010)

by Julie McDowell

While cerumen helps to moisturize the eardrum's outer surface, it can impact the hearing if it builds up and becomes impacted in the ear canal. This impacting can inhibit the eardrum's ability to vibrate and function properly. There are two types ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Identity (2010)

by Ronald L. Jackson II

and new products are marketed to improve sexual experience, including those to resolve erectile dysfunction, moisturize ...

Google previewSchool Dictionary (1995)

by C. M. Schwarz

verb moisturize to add moisture to. - noun moisturizer a cosmetic cream or liquid that restores moisture to the skin. molar noun a back tooth which grinds one's food. noun singular a type of thick syrup left when sugar is made, treacle. mole noun ...

Google previewSkin Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Dictionary (2014)

by M. Varinia Michalun, Joseph DiNardo

it has a similar capacity to moisturize dry skin as petrolatum. orchid extract ( Orchis sp.)—noted to be soothing and skin conditioning, some sources cite it as having restorative and rejuvenation capacities as well. It is also credited as ...

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Scrabble value of M3O1I1S1T1U1R1I1Z10E1

The value of this 10-letter word is 21 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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