Origin of aloe
OTHER WORDS FROM aloeal·o·et·ic [al-oh-et-ik], /ˌæl oʊˈɛt ɪk/, adjective
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How to use aloe in a sentence
They’re antibacterial and have aloe for a refreshing, hydrating feel.
A healthy mixture of aloe, panthenol, and jojoba oil keep beards soft and hydrated.Best beard product for the best beard of your life|Florie Korani|August 18, 2021|Popular-Science
Dermatologist Scott Paviol suggests taking an oatmeal bath or applying ice or gel from an aloe plant to decrease itchiness and inflammation.
He tells me when he’s hurting, and I try some soothing aloe on his skin.I have the pandemic to thank for this precious time with my old hound, Teddy|Diana Nyad|December 21, 2020|Washington Post
The collection debuted this fall with an assortment of food and care items for cats and dogs, all made with healthy and sustainable ingredients, from catnip to oatmeal and aloe shampoo for dogs.
Amenities are plentiful—from sun block to aloe for the sun, or the complimentary mini bar for your enjoyment.
Before you go, Helena, favour us with the names of the fine ladies who cheated this old gardener out of his aloe.Tales And Novels, Volume 3 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
There are no walls, but great hedges of aloe and prickly pear serve as a sterner landmark.The Isle of Unrest|Henry Seton Merriman
The northern kingdom was symbolised by the snake and papyrus, the southern kingdom by the vulture and aloe.Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations|Archibald Sayce
A fringe lace is made on the Riviera, of the fibres of the aloe, and is called “macramè,” which is an Arabic word.Needlework As Art|Marian Alford
These poles were the flower stalks of the great American aloe, or maguey-plant—the only thing resembling wood that grew near.The Hunters' Feast|Mayne Reid