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It was one of the regular delights of the household to see them bathe.
I have had your tent pitched, Doctor Winkleman; and you must bathe and change and rest.
I bathe my face and tell my beads with my whole soul, and that is all.
If the limbs be swelled, or joints stiff, it will be proper to foment them with warm vinegar, or bathe them in lukewarm water.
Here we bathe, wash our shirts, and draw our supplies of water.
If she touched me she would have to bathe to get rid of the defilement.
Tamils bathe in the open air, and always clothed, but always apart.
He could not bathe in the cove because Miss Graham would be there.
She rose and I escorted her within; then went to my own chamber to bathe and rest.
A searchlight bored a hole in the blackness, to bathe him in cold light.