Similar to fixating on the bottle of lotion while sitting in lockup, I kept asking after my notepad.
Every kind of salve or lotion that is supposed to remove or relieve corns meets with a large sale.
He was carrying, insecurely, a jug of poppy-head and camomile, which had been prescribed as a lotion.
The lotion of the hyposulphite of soda and the mercurial ointment had apparently but little influence on the disease.
It was swelled and painful; he ordered it to be sponged with hot water, and then some lotion was put on.
The bracelet dipped into the lotion, the rings became wet, the little fingers were slightly stained.
In India Dr. Kirkpatrick has used it as a lotion in impetigo.
You arsk, like you do at a bar, for the speeches of lotion you want.
I'll have a look at that lotion before I go to bed to-night.
Submission is like the lotion that is applied to mosquito bites—it takes away the irritation, though the puncture be left.
c.1400, loscion, from Old French lotion (14c.), from Latin lotionem (nominative lotio) "a washing," from lotus, popular form of lautus, past participle of lavere "to wash" (see lave). As a verb, from 1817. Related: Lotioned; lotioning.
lotion lo·tion (lō'shən)
A medicated preparation consisting of a liquid suspension or dispersion intended for external application.
Any of various externally applied cosmetic liquids.