Definition of Sandsoap

1. Noun. A kind of soap with a gritty texture. ¹



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Definition of Sandsoap

1. a type of soap [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sandsoap

sandpiles
sandpiper
sandpipers
sandpit
sandpits
sandpump
sandpumps
sandre
sands
sands of time
sandscape
sandscapes
sandshoe
sandshoe crusher
sandshoes
sandsoap (current term)
sandsoaps
sandspit
sandspits
sandspur
sandspurs
sandstone
sandstones
sandstorm
sandstorms
sandthorn
sandthorns
sandtrap
sandtraps
sandwich

Literary usage of Sandsoap

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1. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1904)
"... the scrubbing treatment, with toilet sandsoap, was applied promptly. Four of these were in one family. In each a vesicular rash appeared, ..."

2. Recreation by George O. Shields, American Canoe Association, League of American Sportsmen (1902)
"... no longer required it may be dissolved off with a mixture of alcohol and ether, or sandsoap and a nail brush, leaving the hands while and stainless. ..."

3. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1909)
"... being used and sterilized there will be no such tendency. Any tarnish or rust can easily be removed by any of the various fine sandsoap preparations. ..."

4. Commercial Raw Materials: Their Origin, Preparation and Uses by Charles Robinson Toothaker, S. F. Aaron, B. H. A. Groth, Philadelphia museums (1905)
"Quartz sand and ground quartz are used in sandpaper, sandsoap, polishing powders and sand blasts. Sand is used as a refractory lining in furnaces. ..."

5. Commercial Raw Materials: Their Origin, Preparation and Uses by Charles Robinson Toothaker, Philadelphia Museums (1905)
"... ground quartz are used 1n sandpaper, sandsoap, polishing powders and sand blasts. Sand is used as a refractory lining in furnaces. ..."

6. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1855)
"... naturally occurs that something is added to the flour to directly increase the weight, just as sand is added to soap, forming what is called "sandsoap. ..."

7. Public School Domestic Science by Adelaide Hoodless (1898)
"... wood ashes or sandsoap. Wash, and wipe perfectly dry ; hold in the hand and wash with the dish cloth ; do not under any circumstances allow knives and ..."

8. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1904)
"... the scrubbing treatment, with toilet sandsoap, was applied promptly. Four of these were in one family. In each a vesicular rash appeared, ..."

9. Recreation by George O. Shields, American Canoe Association, League of American Sportsmen (1902)
"... no longer required it may be dissolved off with a mixture of alcohol and ether, or sandsoap and a nail brush, leaving the hands while and stainless. ..."

10. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1909)
"... being used and sterilized there will be no such tendency. Any tarnish or rust can easily be removed by any of the various fine sandsoap preparations. ..."

11. Commercial Raw Materials: Their Origin, Preparation and Uses by Charles Robinson Toothaker, S. F. Aaron, B. H. A. Groth, Philadelphia museums (1905)
"Quartz sand and ground quartz are used in sandpaper, sandsoap, polishing powders and sand blasts. Sand is used as a refractory lining in furnaces. ..."

12. Commercial Raw Materials: Their Origin, Preparation and Uses by Charles Robinson Toothaker, Philadelphia Museums (1905)
"... ground quartz are used 1n sandpaper, sandsoap, polishing powders and sand blasts. Sand is used as a refractory lining in furnaces. ..."

13. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1855)
"... naturally occurs that something is added to the flour to directly increase the weight, just as sand is added to soap, forming what is called "sandsoap. ..."

14. Public School Domestic Science by Adelaide Hoodless (1898)
"... wood ashes or sandsoap. Wash, and wipe perfectly dry ; hold in the hand and wash with the dish cloth ; do not under any circumstances allow knives and ..."

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