washroom[ wosh-room, -roo m, wawsh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF washroom
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WASHROOM
The first noon whistle—work dropped—a rush for the washroom.
I've just locked Pedro into the fireman's washroom and he's not going to like it very much!
Grant, cursing his luck, boiled into his clothes and made a race for the washroom.
Charles walked from the washroom to the line of passengers across the floor.
The washroom in our barracks contained a row of sinks where we washed and shaved.
There was also a washroom, a small kitchen and an outdoor john.
In the washroom Mr. Hydeman made no secret of his finesse as a Don Juan.
There, in the washroom, he cleaned himself as best he could.
Finding the washroom, he went in and, locking the door, leaned there to wait.
After the milk was gone, Mary lifted up my box, and carried me into the washroom that was off the kitchen.