toilet soap


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toilet soap

n
a mild soap, often coloured and scented, used for washing oneself

toi′let soap`


n.
a mild and usu. perfumed soap.
[1830–40]
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Noun1.toilet soap - soap used as a toiletrytoilet soap - soap used as a toiletry    
soap - a cleansing agent made from the salts of vegetable or animal fats
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As she opened the door, a strong flavor of that toilet soap and eau de Cologne with which Whiskey Dick was in the habit of gracefully effacing the traces of dissipation made known his presence.
Why, he meets me as bold as you please, and gives me a cake of toilet soap.
AAAID explained that the expansion plan includes a project for plastic containers at a cost of 815,000 dollars, which encourages increasing of the amount of oils obtained because the factory will operate at its full design capacity, which is estimated at 45,000 tons per year, as well as refining of 18,000 tons of oil per year, production of 5000 tons of laundry soap, 3,000 tons of toilet soap and 600 tons of glycerol.
The fake goods, stored in two 40foot container vans, were declared as 1,552 packages of ladies bags, shoes, stationery, blender, watch, cellphone accessories, toilet soap and moisturizers.
Supply of toilet soap & washing soap for the soldiers during 2014/ 2015 in two lots.
Presently, items chargeable to sales tax at the retail stage included fruit and vegetable juices, ice cream, aerated waters or beverages, syrups and squashes, cigarettes, toilet soap, detergents, shampoo, toothpaste, shaving cream, perfumes and cosmetics, tea, powder drink, milky drink, toilet paper and tissue paper, spices sold in retail packing with brand names and trade marks and shoe polish and shoe cream.
It is more important in FMCG sector especially in toilet soap industry, where consumers have abundant choice of products.
1 is identical to GCPL's largest selling toilet soap brand Godrej No.
Similar attempts to socially engineer people's behaviour into conforming to hard-line socialist regime wishes were tried out in Soviet Bloc countries in the 1960s, many of which snowballed into some of the most bizarre events imaginable - Lux toilet soap and Western cigarettes became black market currencies, cars were confiscated if they were found to be fitted with foreign spare parts, car owners even removed their wiper blades, until it rained, as they became a valuable currency.
I am led to believe that the soldiers cannot have sun protection creams, and that toilet soap is also a luxury.
Warm and not hot water and pure and not highly-scented toilet soap are essentials, with a final bathe in cold water.
Fragrances and shower products are the second and third best-selling men's toiletries respectively, while talcum powder and toilet soap seem to be falling out of favour.