Examples from the Web for lotion
Similar to fixating on the bottle of lotion while sitting in lockup, I kept asking after my notepad.I Was Arrested at Occupy Bronx—for Writing About It|Carla Murphy|December 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He gave this answer in a very indifferent tone, dabbing away all the time at his eyes with the sponge and lotion.After Dark|Wilkie Collins
Submission is like the lotion that is applied to mosquito bites—it takes away the irritation, though the puncture be left.Expositions of Holy Scripture|Alexander Maclaren
He ordered him some lotion to wash with, and dissuaded him from the use of medicine.
Every kind of salve or lotion that is supposed to remove or relieve corns meets with a large sale.
Some lotion, which tingled slightly upon the scalp, was next applied by Said from a long-necked bottle.The Yellow Claw|Sax Rohmer
British Dictionary definitions for lotion
Word Origin for lotion
Word Origin and History for lotion
c.1400, loscion, from Old French lotion (14c.), from Latin lotionem (nominative lotio) "a washing," from lotus, popular form of lautus, past participle of lavere "to wash" (see lave). As a verb, from 1817. Related: Lotioned; lotioning.