verb (used with object), sham·pooed, sham·poo·ing.
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Origin of shampoo
OTHER WORDS FROM shampoosham·poo·er, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for shampooed
After twenty-four hours the hair and scalp must be shampooed with warm water thoroughly.
Having thrown myself on the bed, the bearer, who was in attendance, inquired if I would be shampooed.Wanderings in India|John Lang
He cut and shampooed my hair, but let me walk out with as much of a souse on top of my head as I ever had in a shower-bath.The Pacific Triangle|Sydney Greenbie
We had him shampooed all over, but he could not eat dura—he feels sore.
Come and be shampooed, and I had you by the nose and tell you noting.Lady Maude's Mania|George Manville Fenn