- conditioned response,
- conditioned stimulus,
- conditioned suppression,
Origin of conditioner
Examples from the Web for conditioner
It carries a conditioner that contains triclosan, which has been linked to promoting the growth of breast cancer cells.The Misogynistic Companies Jumping On The Breast Cancer Bandwagon|Emily Shire|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Lo and behold, hydrolyzed wheat protein showed up in some shampoo and conditioner I had in my own house.Celiac or Not, Gluten Free Dish Soap Is Ridiculous|Russell Saunders|July 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
While “at home, Mr. Jordan uses a shampoo and conditioner from Herbal Essences that happens to be pink,” WSJ reports.Taylor Swift Channels Kate Middleton; NBA Players Admit Beauty Obsessions|The Fashion Beast Team|November 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
One of her first was a plug for a brand of conditioner she discovered during her two weeks at Bellevue.The Girl Who Wrote About Drugs: Cat Marnell on Vice, Addiction & More|Caitlin Dickson|July 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Martin, an Oklahoma native who now lives in Maryland, washes Sizzle with special organic shampoo and conditioner.
We only need a youth of the proper general physical description and the use of a conditioner.Star Hunter|Andre Alice Norton
Travis did not know who or what Menlik had been before the Red conditioner had returned him to the role of Horde shaman.The Defiant Agents|Andre Alice Norton
A positive tonic and conditioner for poultry of all kinds and ages.
You may not appreciate the value of using such a conditioner, but the Kentucky Agr.
c.1600, "a bargainer," agent noun from condition (v.). Meaning "an agent that brings something into good condition" is from 1888; since c.1960 usually in reference to hair care products. For about 20 years before that, it often was short for air conditioner.