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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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mascaramas‧ca‧ra /mæˈskɑːrə $ mæˈskærə/ noun [uncountable]  DCBa dark substance used to colour your eyelashes and make them look thicker
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mascaraShe made do with Kleenex and blotted the black mascara off her face.Maybelline, with 1994 revenue of $ 352. 6 million, makes Great Lash mascara and Revitalizing makeup.Good for sensitive skin, but had to rub hard around eyes to remove mascara.The rain had smudged my sooty mascara and it was streaked down my cheek.Yes, in fact Emilou cried, and Wendi had made a fuss about the mascara on my sixty-buck shirt.Her lipstick was smudged, her eyes black with mascara.An actress always likes to be on the ground smeared with mascara wallowing in something.
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