Massaging: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases
Use in Literature MassagingThe prevailing perception may be of lush grasses mingled with the soft odour of their frail flowers; or the resin and honey of blossoming bloodwoods; or the essence from myriads of other eucalyptus leaves massaged by the winds.ndash;E.J. Banfield in The Confessions of a Beachcomber.And all the while she wiped him, patted eau de Cologne into him with the flat of her hand, and rubbed zinc ointment into him, and massaged him, and powdered him, and turned him over and over and over, till he was thoroughly well basted and cooked.ndash;Arnold Bennett in The Grim Smile of the Five Towns.Even that interval Barry used, for he set to work vigorously massaging the muscles of shoulders and hips and whipping off the sweat from neck and flank.ndash;Max Brand in The Seventh Man.I am drinking milk and breakfasting in bed, and am going to be massaged to please her.ndash;Frances Hodgson Burnett in The Shuttle.She had been painted, enameled, vibrated, massaged; she had had electric treatment, rays and tissue builders; and once she had been baked.ndash;Joseph Hergesheimer in Linda Condon.He removed his glasses and lightly massaged his eyelids.ndash;Joe Hutsko in Undo.There was a slight pause, and the deputy coroner, who had been taking the testimony, laid down his pen and gently massaged his hand.ndash;Natalie Sumner Lincoln in I Spy.Her hair was carefully arranged and her face massaged.ndash;E. Phillips Oppenheim in Jeanne Of The Marshes.She used the spray; she massaged her throat and neck vigorously.ndash;David Graham Phillips in The Price She Paid.They soaked and massaged him.ndash;Gene Stratton Porter in Freckles.
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