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  • n. Plural form of spritz.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spritz.


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  • Now, we can argue about how many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop, but there is no doubt that it takes eight spritzes of Scrubbing Bubbles bathroom cleaner, three spritzes of Lime-Away, and then a 30 second spray of Oust to incapacitate the large grass spider who is where he should not be.

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  • The smell of our sex was covered by several spritzes from the square bottle of Gucci Rush from my bag.

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  • Sorkin's dialogue spritzes out so fast it's as if the characters want their brains to keep pace with their processors; they talk like they keyboard.

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  • Ms. Khoury sprays two or three spritzes on her neck and one or two in her hair.

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  • Speaking of ironing, a few spritzes of Santa Maria Novella's Herb and Mint Water $28, will give an energizing hint of mint to crisp white shirts and linen dresses.

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  • He doesn't see a life coach or an energy healer or do salt spritzes and scrubs, but he does practice yoga and meditation.

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  • A few spritzes of this moisturizing spray will calm and hydrate the skin, reducing redness and refreshing makeup anytime of the day. $60, 8. The Serum.

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  • I was okay when I used short spritzes of them in the kitchen and bathrooms though, which I'm sure were closer to the intended purpose!

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  • On the morning of my birthday, instead of sleeping in and then enjoying a leisurely homemade breakfast that someone else had to clean up, the Princeling sweetly dumped my entire mug of coffee onto our couch, which several whacks with a wet towel and some Tide and several spritzes with Febreeze later still smells like old, stale coffee.

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  • Carry around quick-fixes with you — Keep your purse stocked with on-the-go beauty products like rejuvenating facial spritzes, discreet deodorants, and insoles that help your sandals wick away the sweat. Style Tips for Hotter-Than-Hell Days


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