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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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deodorantde‧o‧do‧rant /diːˈəʊdərənt $ -ˈoʊ-/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DCBa chemical substance that you put on the skin under your arms to stop you from smelling badantiperspirant
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deodorantA special anti-foam additive also gives a more complete fill-up with less spillage, and a deodorant reduces smell.The temperature was cool and the air was scented with formaldehyde, that acrid deodorant for the deceased.We saw transparent colas, deodorants, and mouthwashes.Both women said they had deodorant sprayed in their noses.It is the smell of Pears shampoo and Mum deodorant leaking milky white through the armpits of my blouse.If you're planning on a few intimate moments then why not try new Santes anti-perspirant deodorants.Use a reliable deodorant and mouthwash.Cheap scent and costlier scent like fly spray, sticky underarm deodorant, hair lacquer, babies and washing-up hands.
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