Billboards with crimson goddesses nine feet tall advertising cinema films, pipe tobacco, and talcum powder.
"Babbitt" by Sinclair Lewis
What bothered him in his smelling was his ignorance of talcum powder.
"Jerry of the Islands" by Jack London
He shone with prosperity and sunburn, she reeked of riches and talcum.
"Shavings" by Joseph C. Lincoln
I wanted a glass of iced tea, and some chicken salad, and talcum powder down my neck.
"Tish, The Chronicle of Her Escapades and Excursions" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
There was the talcum powder.
"Constance Dunlap" by Arthur B. Reeve
In Boston all the talcum powder available was purchased and thrown on people's hats and shoulders.
"Winning a Cause" by John Gilbert Thompson and Inez Bigwood
A little talcum powder is all right.
"Evening Round Up" by William Crosbie Hunter
The ration, in its blue tin, like a box of shaving talcum, had been handed to each of the party in a chorus of shouting and laughter.
"Gigolo" by Edna Ferber
She saw him coming and halted at the corner drug store to gaze demurely at a window display of gaily tinned talcum powder.
"A Son of the City" by Herman Gastrell Seely
If you can afford it, add a little powdered talcum.
"The Woman Beautiful" by Helen Follett Stevans