Definition of Lifebuoy

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of life-buoy) ¹

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Definition of Lifebuoy

1. a float for use in water [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lifebuoy

life support systems
life table
life tables
life tenant
life tenants
life vest
life vests
life zone
lifebelt
lifebelts
lifeblood
lifebloods
lifeboat
lifeboatman
lifeboats
lifebuoy (current term)
lifebuoys
lifecare
lifecares
lifecast
lifecasting
lifecasts
lifechanging
lifecycle
lifecycles
lifedraining
lifeform
lifeforms
lifeful
lifegiving

Literary usage of Lifebuoy

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1. The Bookman (1903)
"lifebuoy Soap is more than soap yet it costs no more but does more. lifebuoy Soap gives double protection, for it adds to the cleansing value of fine soap a ..."

2. Swimming: With Lists of Books Published in English, German, French and Other by Ralph Thomas (1904)
"Carte's lifebuoy. The 74th Report for 1848 has an account with an ... and on the next page Carte's lifebuoy with mast, sail and fuze is illustrated. ..."

3. Swimming: With Lists of Books Published in English, German, French and Other by Ralph Thomas (1904)
"Carte's lifebuoy. The 74th Report for 1848 has an account with an illustration of Carte's ' self-acting life buoy,' one of the figures being represented ..."

4. Woman's World by Unilever (Firm), Unilever (Firm (1900)
"IMMERSE all dirty rags, floorcloths, &c., in a solution of lifebuoy BOYAL ... lifebuoy Soap Wrappers to Competition Department, Lever Brothers ..."

5. The Principles of Advertising: A Text Book by Harry Tipper (1920)
"That Soap is lifebuoy. In addition to rich cocoanut and red palm oils, ... The first clean whiff of lifebuoy will assure you of that — but the odor soon ..."

6. Advertising, Its Principles and Practice by Harry Tipper, Harry Levi Hollingworth, George Burton Hotchkiss, Frank Alvah Parsons (1919)
"That Soap is lifebuoy. In addition to rich cocoanut and red palm oils, ... The first clean whiff of lifebuoy will assure you of that — but the odor soon ..."

7. Life and Work by Church of Scotland (1880)
"Then the stout Coastguards- man absolutely lifted him into the lifebuoy. ... Away went the captain, and in a few minutes back came the lifebuoy. ..."

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