Remove from oil and let cool on absorbent towels to remove excess grease and reserve.
There is a smell of death about him now; no hospital deodorants or rubber gloves or absorbent pads can take it away.
As she spoke Mrs. Harold took a bit of absorbent cotton, soaked it in rose water and bathed the lovely soft, brown eyes.
Its absorbent properties, however, are probably not so great.
He should proceed promptly to boil some pieces of absorbent cotton, as large as an egg, together with a nail brush in water.
This class of absorbent medicines are said to decrease irritability.
Where oil is the absorbent, the wired frames are used in connection with cloths.
Paul's genius was absorbent, fructiferous, prolific of golden dreams.
His voice rebounded from the remaining bulkhead, but was noticeably swallowed up in the absorbent blackness.
Drain on absorbent paper and dust with powdered sugar, if you wish.
absorbent ab·sorb·ent (əb-sôr'bənt, -zôr'-)
Capable of absorption; able to absorb.