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Synonyms for bathroom
- comfort station,
- [chiefly British],
- [chiefly British],
- water closet
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Examples of bathroom in a Sentence
Their house has three bathrooms.
The restaurant has only one bathroom.
Barbara Vandenburgh, USA TODAY, “Being in quarantine might finally make me embrace my gray hair. Here’s why,” 1 May 2020 In a People article about the incident, Spears’s mother revealed that this came after another unattended candle fiasco in their Louisiana home that set their bathroom aflame.
Kathryn Lindsay, refinery29.com, “Britney Spears Burnt Down Her Gym & I Have Questions,” 30 Apr. 2020 Keeping your bathroom squeaky clean – naturally! . .
Kelly Corbett, House Beautiful, “EPA Approves Thymol Cleaners to Kill Coronavirus—So What Is Thymol?,” 27 Apr. 2020 One of the two guest rooms has two queen-sized beds, and its en suite bathroom is adorned with Schumacher wallpaper.
Dallas News, “View a penthouse in Dallas’ Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, and revel at the intricate wallpaper,” 24 Apr. 2020 Marie Claire joined the artist in her bathroom for the latest episode of Masked and Answered.
Maya Allen, Marie Claire, “Kash Doll Spills All Her Skincare Secrets for Glowy Skin in This Video,” 20 Apr. 2020 Other policy changes include: Closing clubhouses and their bathrooms to customers and removing rakes, ball washers and water stations.
Bruce Selcraig, ExpressNews.com, “San Antonio’s ‘muny’ golf courses to reopen Tuesday under coronavirus rules,” 20 Apr. 2020 All the rooms at the Ringling House have their own bathrooms, Wi-Fi and smart TVs with Netflix.
Chelsey Lewis, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “Baraboo B&B is renting rooms for health care and other essential workers who need to quarantine away from their families,” 16 Apr. 2020 Because the disease spread through human waste, people with their own bathrooms were less likely to contract it.
Olga Khazan, The Atlantic, “The Coronavirus Could Worsen Class Warfare,” 15 Apr. 2020
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First Known Use of bathroom
1780, in the meaning defined at sense 1
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“Bathroom.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bathroom. Accessed 13 May. 2020.
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Kids Definition of bathroom
: a room containing a sink and toilet and usually a bathtub or shower
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