- any of several tropical vines of the genus Luffa, of the gourd family, bearing large, elongated fruit.
- the fruit of such a vine.
Origin of loofah
Words nearby loofah
How to use loofah in a sentence
This is when you have to stand in the shower for a solid 30 minutes, as your nerves slowly come back to life from their cryogenic state, before even picking up the loofah and soap.
It’s sort of like the brain is a loofah full of sudsy soap sitting in the middle of a tub and the waves are hands reaching out to squish it clean.You get brainwashed whenever you go to sleep (and that’s a good thing)|PopSci Staff|March 17, 2021|Popular-Science
Once I step out of the shower, these towels act like a loofah, I can actually feel the moisture wicking off of my body every time I use them.
“Intercourse felt, often, like shoving a loofah into a mason jar,” she writes, for example.Speed Read: Lena Dunham’s Most Shocking Confessions From ‘Not That Kind of Girl’|Kevin Fallon|September 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She had found a loofah, two sponges and some cakes of soap elaborately arranged in a pattern on the bathroom floor.
So Leslie picked up her chum's rough towels, her loofah and her verbena-scented soap.The Boy with Wings|Berta Ruck
It is devoid of any lining, and its texture puts one in mind of a loosely made loofah.Birds of the Plains|Douglas Dewar
It weaves a nest which looks like a ragged loofah with a hole in the side.A Bird Calendar for Northern India|Douglas Dewar
Eleanor is the roughest and toughest loofah that was ever known.Poor Relations|Compton Mackenzie