- n. Plural form of commode.
“I put in commodes and we both spent a fair amount of time in advertising (We could read any number of things into that particular cross-section of professions).”
“The porcelain commodes are stamped with the date November 1st 1910 and are of an impressive shoulder-height size.”
“The Throne is a stately and elegant wood surround for boring porcelain commodes.”
“Gration's experience as a base commander suggests that he can certainly deal with "roads and commodes" issues.”
“Thrown in the White House commodes.6.14pm: The Guardian's Adam Gabbatt is in South Carolina catching up with Rick Santorum's latest appearance – one that featured the reality TV family the Duggars doing warm-up:”
“Especially needed are donations of wheelchairs, bedside commodes, rolling walkers, electric hospital beds, shower benches and chairs, adult diapers, lift chairs and Hoyer lifts, Ensure and hospital bed mattresses.”
“Failing that, how about taking some of the billions they got in bailouts from the taxpayers and putting it towards helping their customers instead of buying gold-plated commodes for their executive biffies?”
“The bungalow lacked sewer connections and the family relied on commodes, which were emptied into the septic tank in the garden to be decanted after dark.”
“That's alot of families taking a back seat to $30,000 office commodes.”
“The trolls remind me of the idiots that go into a restroom with urinals and commodes.”
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