Definition of spritz
: to disperse or apply a spray
Examples of spritz in a Sentence
Make sure to spritz the plants with water every day.
She spritzed her hair with hairspray.
Recent Examples of spritz from the Web
Then, spritz everything from the ears down — dirty or clean — with a texturizing spray (like the Jen Atkin's Ouai Texturizing Spray) to help the hair stick together and keep it from falling out of your side braid.
Now, a diffuser box on the wall near the bar's pool table spritzes Iced Piña Colada at timed intervals.
Another method is to spritz leather goods with white vinegar.
If any tubers are shriveling, spritz them with water from a spray bottle.
Just fill an empty spray bottle with diluted vinegar and spritz your produce (salad stuff, fruits, etc.) then rinse in regular water before serving.
And so, that scent being spritzed from the canisters in the Guggenheim does many things at once.
For hair, Alterna just launched a Bamboo Beach Sunshine Spray that is easy to spritz on and gives hair a healthy shine while protecting locks with UVA/UVB filters.
If your hair is oily, start with dry shampoo, spritzing it on your roots and focusing on the top section of your hair (the piece that will eventually become the top knot).
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Origin and Etymology of spritz
German spritzen to squirt, spray
First Known Use: 1902See Words from the same year
SPRITZ Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spritz for English Language Learners
: to spray (something) quickly with a small amount of liquid
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