verb (used with object), sham·pooed, sham·poo·ing.
Origin of shampoo
Related formssham·poo·er, noun
Examples from the Web for shampoo
The idea of a soap being advertised as gluten-free struck me as ludicrous—roughly on par with a shampoo proclaiming to be low fat.
Lo and behold, hydrolyzed wheat protein showed up in some shampoo and conditioner I had in my own house.
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
The family, villagers, and the Taliban were even incensed by a shampoo commercial, featuring Humira, which played on television.
Or, to take a product that Goleman seems particularly partial to, shampoo?
I hugged her back, nose in her hair, woodsmoke smell and shampoo and sweat.Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom|Cory Doctorow
I was with him till this time, and sat down to shampoo him, but he bade me begone, and I left him.Confessions of a Thug|Philip Meadows Taylor
The girls say that I can shampoo and manicure as well as a professional.'Smiles'|Eliot H. Robinson
I'll have the woman attend to it when she comes to shampoo your hair and put it up.The Girl from Montana|Grace Livingston Hill
He had been to the barber's, had his whiskers and mustache trimmed, his hair cut, and a shampoo.Fast as the Wind|Nat Gould