bath[ bath, bahth ]SEE DEFINITION OF bath
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BATH
I was struck with the order of the bath: also the scimetary of the apartments.
Surely those are not the steps that lead down toward the bath?
Dick would be content if she went about in raiment made of dusters and bath towels.
On her way there she had overtaken Robin's wife wheeling Robin in a bath chair.
He ought to get her a proper servant and a man for the garden and the bath chair.
But then--How seductive a subject is eighteenth-century Bath!
Give me a few minutes to take a bath and step into my clothes and then I'll be on the job.
The unwounded hurried back to camp to get breakfast and a bath.
After the departure of the sultani Kingozi took a bath and changed his clothes.
When did a rheumatic ploughman have recourse to Bath or Buxton?