And researchers in Australia are currently working on a study of lubricant use among breast-cancer survivors.
Credit is the lubricant that moves the machinery of global commerce.
A tube of lubricant also flew into the stalls as a duvet was swiftly scooped up.
1828, probably from lubricant (adj.), or from Latin lubricantem.
"reducing friction," 1809, from Latin lubricantem (nominative lubricans), present participle of lubricare "to make slippery or smooth," from lubricus "slippery; easily moved, sliding, gliding;" figuratively "uncertain, hazardous, dangerous; seductive," from PIE *sleubh- "to slip, slide" (see sleeve).