American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A very large tub made of ceramic, acrylic, wood, or another substance and filled with hot water in which one or more bathers may soak.
- n. a large tub, often situated outdoors, filled with hot water and used for communal leisure bathing
- n. a very large tub (large enough for more than one bather) filled with hot water
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“Fortunately, it is usually as much to our advantage to be conned by a placebo as to be blarnied by an Irishman, and that was the case when the hot tub fooled the DNA of Alobar and Kudra into reactin" as if its hosts were back in the womb again.”
“A long pause as the reality of how many responsible home-repair items trump installation of a hot tub washes over us both.”
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