American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A building with facilities for bathing.
- n. A building with dressing rooms for swimmers.
- n. a building with baths for communal use
- n. a building where swimmers change clothes
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a building containing dressing rooms for bathers.
- n. a building containing public baths.
- n. a building containing dressing rooms for bathers
- n. a building containing public baths
“Brian Driscoll for The Wall Street Journal The bathhouse, which is separate from the estate and carriage house, was converted into a gym.”
“Suddenly, the bathhouse was the least of my worries.”
“Especially in winter, when it seems as if the bathhouse is the only place in Merryvale that is really warm, especially to these old bones," the Healer said with a sigh.”
“Also, the bathhouse was a true luxury, having hot water all winter from pipes which ran up the back of the vast fuel stove in the cookhouse next door, and every drop in its pipes was rain water.”
“Inside the bathhouse was a large, cool concrete room.”
“Fear that house that is called the bathhouse and if any enter therein, let him veil himself.”
“The bathhouse was a huge barge with a house built on it in a lozenge shape.”
“The bathhouse was a great building full of comforts.”
“As Tobias had warned me, by western standards the bathhouse was a dirty place.”
“Everyone else had to use a communal bathhouse which is a walk from nearly everywhere.”
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