Usage examples for shampoo

  1. Oh, a mutual shampoo? – Blue-grass and Broadway by Maria Thompson Daviess
  2. Did valeting include a kind of shampoo all over? – T. Tembarom by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  3. And sitting down beside him, that compassionate deity took the foot upon his lap, and began very gently to shampoo it, continuing till all the pain was gone. – Bubbles of the Foam by Unknown
  4. The Rakshasi then stretched herself on the floor, and told the young lady to shampoo her legs. – Folk-Tales of Bengal by Lal Behari Day
  5. It will shampoo like a charm, raising the lather in proportion to the amount of dandruff and grease in the hair. – One Thousand Secrets of Wise and Rich Men Revealed by C. A. Bogardus
  6. It seemed a shame to waste that now with a shampoo, and she did not dare to go for another dish of the tonic; so Kate sighed and consoled herself with a dollar saved, and went without the manicure also. – The Lookout Man by B. M. Bower
  7. But you'll have to have a shampoo, you know. – The Lookout Man by B. M. Bower
  8. This pool occupies the greater part of the basement floor of the Club house, the rest of the floor being given over to little rooms where one may have a shampoo or massage or a dancing lesson or what not before or after one's swim. – The House in Good Taste by Elsie de Wolfe
  9. It takes about the last of the hoarded water to prepare for the dance, since religion demands that every house and street be sprinkled and each and every Hopi must have his yearly bath and shampoo. – I Married a Ranger by Dama Margaret Smith
  10. Imagine the mother of a millionaire's son coming right up, and I in a shampoo. – Sunny Slopes by Ethel Hueston
  11. Uh course, we've all knowed old Patsy to take just about as great liberties himself with his sponge- but we've got to recollect that it was his dough, by cripes, and that pipe ashes ain't the same as a fellow takin' a shampoo in the pan. – The Happy Family by Bertha Muzzy Bower
  12. I hugged her back, nose in her hair, woodsmoke smell and shampoo and sweat. – Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom by Cory Doctorow
  13. I begrudge the time it takes to look after it, and such a thing as a good shampoo is an event to be approached with trepidation and prepared for with zeal. – The Prairie Wife by Arthur Stringer