a small pad, usually of steel wool, containing a strong soap and used especially to scour pots and pans.
noun 1. a Californian plant, Chlorogalum pomeridianum, of the lily family, the bulb of which was used by the Indians as a soap. 2. any of various other plants having parts that can be used as a soap.
noun 1. a massive variety of talc with a soapy or greasy feel, used for hearths, washtubs, tabletops, carved ornaments, etc. noun 1. a massive compact soft variety of talc, used for making tabletops, hearths, ornaments, etc Also called steatite soapstone (sōp’stōn’) A soft metamorphic rock composed mostly of the mineral talc, but also including […]
noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. suds made with water and soap. plural noun 1. foam or lather made from soap
noun 1. a plant, Saponaria officinalis, of the pink family, whose leaves are used for cleansing. noun 1. a Eurasian caryophyllaceous plant, Saponaria officinalis, having rounded clusters of fragrant pink or white flowers and leaves that were formerly used as a soap substitute Also called bouncing Bet