mouthwash mouthwash  /ˈmaʊθ ˌwɑʃ/


  • (n) a medicated solution used for gargling and rinsing the mouth


  1. If that much tea seems hard to swallow, consider using it is a mouthwash; reports suggest that swishing green tea around the mouth may inhibit cavity-causing bacteria.
  2. Other ads that the women found vexing included some for Crest toothpaste, Bold detergent, Dove soap, Colgate 100 mouthwash, Punch detergent, Ajax cleaner and Scope mouthwash.
  3. The answer is could be, and Betsy is slipped a mouthwash.


  1. Millions Are Risking Gum Disease, Warn Eludril And Elgydium

    Millions of Britons are risking gingivitis (gum disease) and more serious medical conditions because they do not brush their teeth every day, warn the manufacturers of Eludril mouthwash and Elgydium toothpaste. Seven million Britons do not clean their teeth regularly with 14% leaving it 48 hours between brushes, latest data from the British Dental Health Foundation shows. (PRWeb June 20, 2013 ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. Colgate To Attempt To Break A GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® Record At Upcoming "A Wish For A Swish" Event With Actress And ...

    NEW YORK, June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- To celebrate the launch of the new Colgate Total® Advanced Pro-Shield™ Mouthwash, Colgate will be hosting "A Wish For A Swish", a special event to attempt ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

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  1. Mr Wright told how Ali's diary contained the instructions: "Lucozade, Oasis, orange, red, mouthwash, blue and red. Calculate exact drops of Tang and colour. Check time to fill each bottle. Check time to dilute with HP (hydrogen peroxide). Decide on...
    on Apr 3, 2008 By: Peter Wright Source:

  2. "If you talk to any actor on the film they'll tell you that they did a scene with a bottle of mouthwash," says Garner, 37. "I worked a lot with this wonderful child actor and he gives me a flower at the end of the film and in the flower was...
    on Jan 29, 2010 By: Jennifer Garner Source: Herald Sun

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