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Synonyms for talc

a fine grained mineral having a soft soapy feel and consisting of hydrated magnesium silicate

apply talcum powder to (one's body)

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Even the most vivid and familiar episodes of the story- the Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre and the "Journee des Barricades," d'Aubigne's brush with death at Talcy and his role in the escape of the future Henri IV - are obscured by a dense cloud of detail.
Our Verdict: The attractively presented Issey Miyake spray gave the hair a pleasant, fresh scent and the Kenzo version was equally sweet and had a pleasant talcy aroma.
I got wafts of its lovely talcy scent for hours, proving it was protecting my skin all day long.
79 It's a scary green colour in the bottle but this oil turns bath water a creamy white and has a lovely talcy scent.
These cleansing wipes smelt pleasantly talcy and didn't sting my eyes - even after using them to remove stubborn mascara.