from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A public urinal located on the street in some European countries.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A public urinal typically found in European, especially French, streets.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a public urinal, in European countries.
Her boutique pissoir is apparently helping to fill the gap left by a decline in public bathrooms in London.
So, unless the viewing in the Michaud pissoir was of an engorged and distended “Scottie” — which it plainly was not — then Papa was offering Fitzgerald a surrogate form of consolation.
Then he disappeared into a pissoir and shouted to Mamaine, "Don't leave me, I love you, I'll always love you."
My pee was just not good enough for the elitist pissoir.
“It's a contemplative space designed by a 21st century landscape architect, though rather than being used as a place of serene meditation, it became the well-concealed playground of horny teens, drug dealers and rapists, as well as the pissoir of inebriated sports fans.”
Many moons ago, a friend announced to his French host family (Junior Year Abroad) - "Je veux nager dans une pissoir".
To adapt the sage of Auchtermuchty, maybe he could do something more honourable, like playing a piccolo in a pissoir.
Actually, if the architect can pull it off, I'd like a little bathroom off my study, like a pissoir.
Mmm . . . the French present participle or gerund form of . . . mmm . . . something to do with a pissoir?
Many moons ago,a friend announced to his French host family Junior Year Abroad - "Je veux nager dans une pissoir".
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