|cosmetic powder||face powder|
|(Chemistry) lithium oxide (white powder with alkaline properties)||lithia|
|(French) farinaceous; resembling or yielding flour; (Biology) covered with mealy powder or dust, floury in appearance, yielding starch||farinose|
|a trademark for a mixture of aluminum powder and metal oxide, usually of iron, that gives off great heat when ignited.||Thermit; Thermite|
|act of grinding; hard and tedious work, drudgery; grating sound, rasp, chop into tiny pieces, crush, break up into small particles; be reduced to powder; sharpen; scrape, rub together harshly; make a harsh grinding sound; crush, oppress; operate by rot...||grind|
|act of pounding, attack continuously, avoirdupois unit of weight, beat something to pulp or powder, British unit of force, coin or bill worth a pound, common unit of currency, enclosure for stray animals, enclosure for vehicles or other goods, place fo...||pound|
|act of suddenly jumping on, act of suddenly swooping down and grabbing; sudden assault or attack, attack or take quickly, fall on, storm, invade; attack, seize, jump suddenly on, powder to stop ink running, powder used for producing image, react swiftl...||pounce|
|act of washing or cleansing with a liquid (as with water), cleansing liquid, cosmetic treatment for hair, dip something into dye, flush mouth with water, gentle wash, lightly clean something in liquid, cleanse (as with water); soak in water to remove s...||rinse|
|agreement, case for makeup, concise, pack something tightly, pack tightly together, condense; closely combine, consolidate; form, make up; contract together, form an agreement, packed tightly, pact, agreement; small folding cosmetic mirror; small car, ...||compact|
|alkaloid used for various medical purposes, white powder similar to caffeine||theobromine|
|amount contained in a pack, amount of food preserved, apply a compress to a body part, bag carried on the back, bundle, package; backpack; parcel, packet; group of animals (especially wolves, dogs etc.); group, crowd; cosmetic paste for the face; medic...||pack|
|antiseptic, brown powder used as an antiseptic (Chemistry)||acriflavine|
|any of several types of red or pink cosmetics used on the cheeks and lips; reddish powder used as a pigment and polishing agent, apply rouge, color with rouge, blush, color something with rouge, polish in powder form, reddish makeup for the cheeks||rouge|
|applicator for powder||powderer|
|apply talc, magnesium silicate powder (used in cosmetics, medicine, etc.); talcum powder, soft hydrated mineral||talc|
|aromatic plant, zedoary powder||zedoary|
|art of applying cosmetics; cosmetic research, study of cosmetics||cosmetology|
|baking powder ingredient||cream of tartar|
|base fabric for patchwork, base layer of makeup, substructure; establishing, founding; institution; cosmetic cream used as a base for makeup, charitable or educational organization, establishing of institution or organization, foundation garment, fund ...||foundation|
|beauty treatment for face, cosmetic treatment for the face, of or pertaining to the face; intended for the face (i.e. cream, lotion, etc.), on the face||facial|
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