American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest England southeast of Bristol. Famous for its Georgian architecture and its hot mineral springs, tapped by the Romans in the first century A.D., it is a popular resort. Population: 90,100.
- Transliteration of Arabic (Wiktionary)
“Scotch that he stands entered in the University books at Oxford as born as Bath, the Vice-Chancellor mistaking _Bath for Perth_. ”
“I guess the hot bath in Bath did the trick as we did not have any problems with the shopkeepers in the town.”
“BATH - Part of the maximum-security Millhaven Institution in Bath, east of Kingston, is in lockdown mode.”
“Matching images to a keyword like "berries" tends to be a pushover, then, but things quickly become more complex even with a relatively guileless term like "bath", as baths collides with Bath, and images of rubber ducks and enamel rub shoulders with snapshots of cream-coloured Georgian architecture.”
“Paul Gilham/Getty Images MUD BATH: Lee Mears of Bath pushed toward the try line during the Guinness Premiership match between Bath Rugby and Gloucester Jan. 4 in Bath, England.”
“BATH, MAINE -- Gold Star Honeybees, based in Bath, Maine is promoting healthy and sustainable beekeeping methods with their new Gold Star Top Bar Beehive Kit.”
“BATH, Maine - Ruth Lockwood, 94, longtime resident of Ottawa, died Tuesday, Dec. 8, at Hill House Nursing Home in Bath, Maine.”
“The lowest of all was that which they called Bath-col, which was by a voice from heaven; and this is the way of revelation, which the Jews observed, did only continue among them from the days of the prophet”
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