from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A trademark used for a whirlpool bath or a device that swirls water in a bath.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of jacuzzi.
- proper n. The Jacuzzi brand.
- v. Alternative form of jacuzzi.
I wonder if Pepsi's spokesman Joe Jacuzzi is also responsible for putting the bubbles in the water.
In recent weeks, the purposely inflammatory demagogy of PBS's newest host has included a description of John Edwards as "specializing in Jacuzzi cases," owing to the lawyer's successful representation of a small child who saw her intestines sucked out inside a wading pool.
The name Jacuzzi may be most often associated with spas and hot tubs, but in the Carneros region of Sonoma, California, locals know that the family surname also means great wine.
The name Jacuzzi may conjour memories of cold suburban evenings, but the newest offering from Jacuzzi may change that impression.
Endeavoring to discover the truth behind this type of "literature," we set about tracking down the author of one such letter, entitled "Jacuzzi Doozy."
They have launched their own investigation centring on the apartment block's private swimming pool, fitness room and Jacuzzi, which is situated in the basement and normally closed between 11pm and 6am.
I then rejuvenated in the Jacuzzi, which is located in a beautiful outdoor patio area with fire pits and cabanas.
And if you're taking advantage of the Jacuzzi, which is found in every room, you won't have to worry about scrambling to the door.
The curved "Jacuzzi" instrument panel of the Cube is as classy as it is different, one of the better examples of automotive stylists using design to add value rather than just obscuring cost-cutting.
Nissan The curved "Jacuzzi" instrument panel of the Cube.
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