And this”—bending tenderly over the soap-dish and heaping it with roses—“is purest alabaster encrusted with gems.
Raising the lid of the soap-dish, there on the nice little pink cake of soap lay a note with "Emmy" written on it.
Both the soap-dish and the wash-basin should be scoured daily.
The marble slab and bowl were scrubbed and dried, and the mugs and soap-dish washed, wiped, and replaced.
The Eddystone lurched over, fell from its soap-dish rock and was engulfed in the quilty billows below.
She twigs at once what I want, makes a guttural sound, and in half-an-hour or so returns with a soap-dish full of dirty salt.
Striving to smother his mirth, Lanse bore the soap-dish away.
The washstand made him feel oppressed, so silent and white were the jug and basin and soap-dish, so cold and chill were they.
The toy duck was still in the soap-dish, but I was too preoccupied to give it a thought.
She reached a cautious hand under her pillow and drew out her soap-dish.