IPA: fˈeɪskɫɔθ


  • A flannel for washing the face.
  • A cloth laid over the face of a corpse.

face cloth

IPA: fˈeɪskɫˈɔθ


  • A small cloth used to wash one's face.

Examples of "facecloth" in Sentences

    Examples of "face-cloth" in Sentences

    • "Alive or dead?" asked the slow, calm voice of Lazarus from behind the faded blue face-cloth.
    • On the edge of the bath, balanced on an old white face-cloth, was a large bar of carbolic soap.
    • At first I did not know who he was, nor could I always single him out from others of our flock, for he wore the face-cloth.
    • The room itself was so bare& dismal; & Dad's petrified hairless thighs, his old-man's balls covered in a face-cloth, his hands.
    • Ermina stood motionless by the trestles a long time, and then herself laid the white linen face-cloth back over the delicate face.
    • But at that time he was already provided with the leper cloak, and a face-cloth to hide his face, and behaved altogether conformably with the others.
    • I got so fed up with it hurting that I soaked a face-cloth in boiling water, waited it for it to cool enough to put onto my skin and left it on my blocked nipple for about twenty minutes.
    • She wiped it with tissue, soaked in Dettol, the antiseptic her mother sent regularly from Secunderabad, then round Rite Aid cottonwool pads she kept for her nails, then a soft white face-cloth.
    • He plucked away the face-cloth, and uncovered the awful visage left to him, almost lipless, one cheek shrunken away, the nostrils eaten into great, discoloured holes, a face in which only the live and brilliant eyes recalled the paladin of Jerusalem and Ascalon.

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