Definition of Sanitary napkin

1. Noun. A disposable absorbent pad (trade name Kotex); worn to absorb menstrual flow.

Exact synonyms: Kotex, Sanitary Towel
Generic synonyms: Pad
Language type: Trade Name, Britain

Definition of Sanitary napkin

1. Noun. A pad of cotton or other absorbent material worn by women to absorb the menstrual flow. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sanitary Napkin

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Literary usage of Sanitary napkin

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. All Too Familiar: Sexual Abuse of Women in U.S. State Prisons by Dorothy Q. Thomas (1996)
"One woman reported that she had to wait until she had menstrual blood running down her leg before she could get a sanitary napkin.62 In another reported ..."

2. In Sickness and in Health: A Manual of Domestic Medicine and Surgery by James West Roosevelt (1896)
"940 Diagram of Sanitary Sputa Cup 947 Flannel Stocking for Use during Operations 950 A Crescent-shaped Basin (Tiemann) 951 sanitary napkin 954 Abdominal ..."

3. Treatment of the diseases of children by Charles Gilmore Kerley (1909)
"sanitary napkin washer.1 This is so constructed that it may be attached to the hot-water pipe of any bath-room. It does away with the disagreeable features ..."

4. Prison Conditions in Japan by Joanna Weschler (1995)
"... punished for making a calculation on a piece of wrapping from a sanitary napkin. • In what position to sit or stand during the daily cell inspection. ..."

5. Metacity Datatown by Winy Maas (1999)
"It shouldn't surprise you then to see a sanitary-napkin factory going up in the middle of a field of bent grass. The line of thought aimed at creating a new ..."

6. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1894)
"... thrown into the fire immediately after use, and the linen diaper superseded by the sanitary napkin of the same material that can be similarly destroyed. ..."

7. All Too Familiar: Sexual Abuse of Women in U.S. State Prisons by Dorothy Q. Thomas (1996)
"One woman reported that she had to wait until she had menstrual blood running down her leg before she could get a sanitary napkin.62 In another reported ..."

8. In Sickness and in Health: A Manual of Domestic Medicine and Surgery by James West Roosevelt (1896)
"940 Diagram of Sanitary Sputa Cup 947 Flannel Stocking for Use during Operations 950 A Crescent-shaped Basin (Tiemann) 951 sanitary napkin 954 Abdominal ..."

9. Treatment of the diseases of children by Charles Gilmore Kerley (1909)
"sanitary napkin washer.1 This is so constructed that it may be attached to the hot-water pipe of any bath-room. It does away with the disagreeable features ..."

10. Prison Conditions in Japan by Joanna Weschler (1995)
"... punished for making a calculation on a piece of wrapping from a sanitary napkin. • In what position to sit or stand during the daily cell inspection. ..."

11. Metacity Datatown by Winy Maas (1999)
"It shouldn't surprise you then to see a sanitary-napkin factory going up in the middle of a field of bent grass. The line of thought aimed at creating a new ..."

12. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1894)
"... thrown into the fire immediately after use, and the linen diaper superseded by the sanitary napkin of the same material that can be similarly destroyed. ..."

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