Recent Examples of mouthwash from the Web
The researchers tested their invention on people drinking alcohol, gargling mouthwash, or eating soup.
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The man then asked her to get him some mouthwash and bring it to his room.
The rooms come with Trump branded bathrobes, stationery and mouthwash.
For children who are old enough, or who have adult supervision, small bottles of mouthwash used to swish and rinse provide a temporary fix.
Smoking herbs for lung congestion ($13); spicy coconut-oil mouthwash ($26); Marvis toothpaste in licorice, jasmine, and cinnamon ($8).
In 2016, for instance, there were over 20,000 calls related to hand sanitizers, 17,000 for toothpaste exposure, 16,000 for deodorants and 13,000 for mouthwash.
Even if a liquor store changes its inventory or prices, chronic alcoholics have alternatives, like mouthwash or other products that contain alcohol, Ernouf said.
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MOUTHWASH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mouthwash for English Language Learners
: a liquid that is used to clean your mouth and teeth and to make your breath smell better
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