ablution

[ uh-bloo-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF ablution
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"There ain't any ablution in the house," said the mystified Hannah.

This ablution made him clean, but did not bring back his ruddy color.

An ablution is a washing or cleansing; especially a religious rite.

The evening had come, it was time to perform the evening's ablution.

Our morning ablution had to be performed with cold water and soft soap.

I had it dammed higher up and had a place, 10 by 10, made for ablution.

The dimensions 10 by 10, are those enjoined for places of ablution.

I asked of the Belha who presented me with a lota of water for the purposes of ablution.

Knowledge is to purification and asceticism what ablution is to prayer.

Herring watched the progress of the ablution with much interest.

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