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Synonyms for sponge

sponge off someone

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Synonyms for sponge

one who depends on another for support without reciprocating

to take advantage of the generosity of others

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a porous mass of interlacing fibers that forms the internal skeleton of various marine animals and usable to absorb water or any porous rubber or cellulose product similarly used

someone able to acquire new knowledge and skills rapidly and easily

a follower who hangs around a host (without benefit to the host) in hope of gain or advantage

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primitive multicellular marine animal whose porous body is supported by a fibrous skeletal framework

wipe with a sponge, so as to clean or moisten

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ask for and get free

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erase with a sponge

soak up with a sponge

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gather sponges, in the ocean

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In 2016, with a market share of over 57%, the Americas emerged as the market leader in the global contraceptive sponges market, followed by EMEA with over 23% and APAC with over 19%.
Associated Press, Contraceptive sponge back on the market, Washington Post, Mar.
of Milano, Italy, which has manufactured for it and distributes a product known by the trademark name of "Protectaid F-5 Gel", a contraceptive sponge for women.
One way of improving its efficiency is to use it in conjunction with a contraceptive sponge or spermicide.
Younger women were more aware of methods such as condoms, withdrawal, the morning-after pill, the contraceptive sponge, and the female condom, which are methods that could be used more episodically or spontaneously.
That trend influenced the imminent return to the market of the Today brand contraceptive sponge.
The use of diaphragm or contraceptive sponge provides some women with better protection against certain sexually transmitted diseases than does relying on their partner's use of a condom.
Axcan is also active in contraception and in the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases with PROTECTAID(R), a contraceptive sponge.
Depo-Provera), birth control patch, and vaginal ring; and less effective included condom, diaphragm, cervical cap, contraceptive sponge, rhythm method, and withdrawal during typical use.
Women will have an additional contraceptive choice this fall, when the contraceptive sponge is expected to be reintroduced to pharmacy shelves.
Category n Sample for this question(*) 909 Currently using any method 722 Currently not using any method 187 Reasons for non-use response (n=187)(*) "None, I'm pregnant" 82 "None, I'm trying to get pregnant" 33 "None, I do not use any method" 72 Responses chosen by women who listed one or more methods (n=722)(*) Condom 319 Intrauterine device (IUD) 244 Pill (oral contraception) 237 Rhythm 171 Withdrawal 124 Vaginal suppository 28 Contraceptive cream/foam/jelly 18 Other 14 Cervical cap 10 Diaphragm with cream/foam/jelly 9 Sterilization (myself) 8 Hysterectomy (menopause) 8 Contraceptive sponge 7 Sterilization (partner) 4 Diaphragm alone 3 Category % Sample for this question(*) -- Currently using any method 79.
0% Advanced Care By SKU Product Size Manufacturer Today contraceptive sponge 3s Whitehall Today contraceptive sponge 6s Whitehall Gynol II refill 3.