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spray1 US English

Liquid that is blown or driven through the air in the form of tiny drops

spray2 US English

A stem or small branch of a tree or plant, bearing flowers and foliage

spray1 US Thesaurus

a spray of water

spray2 US Thesaurus

a spray of holly

fly spray US English

A substance sprayed from an aerosol that kills flying insects

oil spray US English

A fine jet or mist of an oil; (also) a device designed to diffuse this, especially as a pesticide or weedkiller.

spray-dry US English

Dry (a foodstuff or a ceramic material) by spraying particles of it into a current of hot air, the water in the particles being rapidly evaporated

spray gun US English

A device resembling a gun that is used to spray a liquid such as paint or pesticide under pressure

spray tan US English

A beauty treatment in which the body is sprayed with a product containing chemicals that react with the skin to produce an artificial suntan

body spray US English

A shower head positioned at body height rather than above the head.

hair spray US English

A solution sprayed onto a person’s hair to keep it in place

nasal spray US English

A liquid medication that is inhaled as a fine spray

ocean spray US English

An ornamental shrub native to western North America, Holodiscus discolor (family Rosaceae), allied to the spiraeas and bearing arching panicles of small white flowers.

scent spray US English

A scent bottle with an atomizer that delivers scent in a fine spray or mist.

spray paint US English

Paint that is contained in an aerosol can for the purpose of spraying onto a surface

insect spray US English

A substance sprayed from an aerosol that kills insects

needle spray US English

A fine but powerful jet of water from a shower head.

pepper spray US English

An aerosol spray containing oils derived from cayenne pepper, irritating to the eyes and respiratory passages and used as a disabling weapon

respray US English

Spray (something, especially a vehicle) with a new coat of paint

overspray US English

Excess paint or other liquid that spreads or blows beyond an area being sprayed

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