comb.

Related to comb.: comb through, Comb filter

comb.

abbr.
1. combination
2. combustion
References in classic literature ?
I am very glad I persuaded him to receive extreme unction tomorrow," she said, sitting in her dressing jacket before her folding looking glass, combing her soft, fragrant hair with a fine comb.
A pale, damp, creased thing hoisted itself feebly on to the comb.
The lines ended in a maze of sticky webbing on the face of the comb.
jemenitica than if they were given embossed European wax foundation sheets on which to build comb.
However, from a practical point of view, anyone who has tried to use a lice comb on unruly hair would know that this is impractical--hair that is tangled would tear necessitating the use of fingers, or more efficiently, a widely spaced comb first, and then secondarily a densely packed lice comb.
You'll need a few important tools: a wire brush; a combination wide-toothed and narrow toothed comb; a matt cutter and a flea comb.
One also noted that bees accepted comb treated for wax moths better than untreated comb.
As the charged comb attracts the molecules of water, which can be moved easily, the stream bends toward the comb.
A second investigator, who did not know the results of the first inspection, applied conditioner to wet the hair and combed from roots to ends with a fine-toothed comb.