from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A room equipped with toilets and lavatories for public use.
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- n. A public room containing a toilet.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a toilet that is available to the public
Avoiding your Mayor in a public restroom is a distraction.
Unfortunately, that business about the back door and the special restroom is probably too true of more than half the Republipimps, Cons, Neo-Cons, Tea Baggoids, and all of Dookie.
Most commonly spake whilst tapping toes in restroom stalls …
Scan helpful tips noted by others, like whether the restroom is for patrons only, if it has a changing table, and how clean it is
Upon realizing that the main restroom facilities of a festival will be porta-potties, prepare your metabolism to take advantage of the pristine condition they are in first thing in the morning.
The closest restroom is several hundred feet away.
Since the entire restroom is already stuffy and cramp, I have to fight for oxygen with the plant.
"The word restroom isn't even in the bill," he said.
Reply to n. emator's reply to moo_t: Starhill restroom is the biggest joke in the world of art.
What you called the restroom in French 1.9 is now the word for apple.
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