Definition of 'floss'
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This small disc is similar in size to a dental floss case. The Sun (2016)The lightweight jacket is perfect for spring and comes in candy floss and military colours. The Sun (2010)Do people still jelly eels and floss candy? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Your doctor will probably advise you to clean your teeth frequently and to use dental floss. The Medicine Chest - your family's guide to prescription drugs (1988)You might as well just wear dental floss. The Sun (2016)Could your storm be that your marriage is hanging on by dental floss? Christianity Today (2000)If this occurs your doctor will probably advise you to clean your teeth frequently and to use dental floss. The Medicine Chest - your family's guide to prescription drugs (1988)The 36-year-old driver was spotted by traffic cops using the dental floss while looking in her rear view mirror. The Sun (2010)Ease the rings apart, slip dental floss between them and tie the wool with a knot of floss. The Sun (2013)Tears would be candy floss. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The singer shows an original take on the bikini diet as she tucks into candy floss wearing a yellow and white two-piece. The Sun (2010)You should also make sure you brush both your teeth and tongue twice a day to remove any coating, and use dental floss. The Sun (2011)Ours was 25 and it will transform boiled sweets into candy floss, too. The Sun (2012)Around 1,000 doughnuts were delivered from Harrods and a candy floss machine was installed last night. The Sun (2008)Everything else gets recycled - dental floss, hair and nail clippings all go on the compost heap. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Do I floss my teeth daily? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The group of 11 convicts claim they are suffering from cavities and pain because dental floss is banned at their US prison. The Sun (2012)
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