There should be about this individual a general atmosphere of brilliantine, clothes and jewelry.
The barber seemed to replace the pot of brilliantine with regret.
He asked how I liked his moustache, and I said it was ‘stubbly,’ and he said moral worth was better than brilliantine.
Now it was brushed about his ears, and it glistened as if from some application of brilliantine or other toilet essence.
What a gorgeous Nut—all brilliantine, brown polish, and brasso!
The man had brilliantine on his hair and moustache, and the latter had been dressed with curling irons!
There was his little moustache-brush, and phial of brilliantine to burnish it.
He liked the way she had her hair arranged, wondered if it was brilliantine that made it glisten so.
He pushed aside the blue glass powder-box, the vial of brilliantine and the brushes.
The head still smells of essence—honey and flowers at Hatts, brilliantine at Martyrs.