Definition of Eau de toilette

1. Noun. A perfumed liquid lighter than cologne.

Exact synonyms: Toilet Water
Generic synonyms: Essence, Perfume

Definition of Eau de toilette

1. Noun. A lightly scented perfume used as a skin freshener, usually applied directly to the skin after bathing or shaving. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eau De Toilette

eaton-lambert syndrome
eats away
eats like a bird
eats like a horse
eats one's seed corn
eats one's words
eats the seed corn
eau de Javelle
eau de cologne
eau de cologne mint
eau de nil
eau de nils
eau de toilette (current term)
eau de vie
eaves trough
eaves troughs

Literary usage of Eau de toilette

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Trade-marks and Analogous Subjects: (firm-names by William Henry Browne (1885)
"the fanciful name "JOB," by "Guerre a Job,"2 by" JHB," by "JOC,"» and by "JOP";1 "Liqueur du Mont Carmel," by "Car- meline";6 " eau de toilette de Lubin," ..."

2. Cortina Method Intended for Use in Schools, Etc. and for Self-study French by Rafael Diez de la Cortina (1895)
"L'eau de toilette, de Cologne, . toilet, cologne water. La poudre dentifrice,5 . . . the tooth powder. Le savon ; le cosmétique, . . the soap ; the cosmetic ..."

3. Provence & Côte D'Azurby Richard Sale by Richard Sale (1999)
"For an Eau de Toilette, the ingredients are 10 per cent essence, 10 per cent distilled water and 80 per cent alcohol. The best of the fragrances created by ..."

4. Portugal by Martin Gostelow (2002)
"... can bring in the following, duty-free: - 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars - 1 litre of spirits - 2 litres of wine - 50 g perfume - 250 ml eau de toilette. ..."

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