Beauty, fame, It Girl status, and old money (never new) all lubricate the entry process.
lubricate the commutators very sparingly and wipe off as much of the lubricant as you can.
It will be proper to lubricate the knife with kerosene after the first mark is made.
To lubricate the mucous surfaces, and defend them from the action of the drugs.
In medicine, substances which are calculated to soften and lubricate the parts to which they are applied.
We shall find plenty of room for your facility; it will lubricate our whole existence.
With silon covering to lubricate the cut, there's nothing to it.
It does not evaporate, and a few drops, comparatively speaking, will lubricate fifty or sixty yards of rubber.
And, even after an actor has made a "hit," it is good business to lubricate the dispenser of gifts.
The sebaceous secretion is intended to lubricate the skin and hairs.
1620s, "to make slippery or smooth" (especially by the application of an oil), from Latin lubricatus, past participle of lubricare "to make slippery or smooth," from lubricus "slippery" (see lubricant (adj.)). Related: Lubricated; lubricating. Earlier verb was lubrify (1610s), from Medieval Latin lubrificare.