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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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toiletriestoi‧let‧ries /ˈtɔɪlətriz/ noun [plural]  DCBthings such as soap and toothpaste that are used for cleaning yourself
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toiletriesWe could order meals from outside and buy fresh fruits, candies, and toiletries.A certain amount of your pension or allowance is yours to buy personal items like clothes, shoes and toiletries.Commodities such as clothing, shoes and toiletries are distributed to members according to their need.Into her everyday bag went make-up and toiletries.Four years of free-market reforms and strong agricultural output are cracking open the mammoth market for everything from toiletries to television sets.Tesco has launched Body Blitz, a new range of toiletries specially designed for teenagers.
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