lick off


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w>lick off

vt sepablecken; to lick something off somethingetw von etw ablecken
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Perfect your pout Night is the ideal time; when you don't have to fight the temptation to lick off the cocoa butter lip balm (we get it, it tastes incredibly delicious) or keep re-touching your lipstick.
Cats with food allergies may continually scratch their head and neck, develop tiny crusted lesions over their bodies (miliary dermatitis), lick off their fur or develop larger sores (eosinophilic granuloma complex).
Cats can be poisoned by the plant simply by brushing against the flower and getting the pollen on their coats, which they then lick off during grooming.
Even brushing against the pollen which they later lick off and swallow can cause them problems.
You either lick off all the icing first, then munch unhappily on the boring sponge, or open your mouth wider than the Channel Tunnel in a hopeless bid to fit it all in at once.
I lick off the nacho cheese seasoning and put the chips back in the bag.
Be sure to ask to have them tossed in ''crack'' -- a garlicky pepper blend that you'll want to lick off your fingers.
Hades also had visible sores on his nose and mouth from trying to clean himself and lick off whatever had caused the damage.
The dogs enjoy the two spreads, which are smeared on to their toys for them to lick off, not only providing a treat, but also a way to keep their minds active.
Unpredictable, sometimes harrowing tale of a young couple fighting for their lives amid countryside peril may lick off auds looking for a standard-issue genre ride.
Apply a bit of cheese spread or peanut butter to the inside front of the muzzle for your dog to lick off.