Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as toilet, 8.
“And he didn't want to find out how some of the equipment in the toilet-room was used.”
“At the end of each compartment is a small toilet-room.”
“Appartements de Madame de Maintenon, consisting of an antechamber, saloon, boudoir, and toilet-room.”
“Hall, fuel building, terrace of States, and toilet-room buildings.”
“Steam, Gas, and Fuel Building, and cooling towers; Festival Hall; terrace of States, including pedestals and statuary; two pagoda restaurant buildings on Art Hill; four fire-engine houses; five toilet-room buildings; five band stands.”
“On some of the roads colored men and colored women are forced to use the same toilet-room.”
“Entering the toilet-room at the rear of the car, he said, he had begun his ablutions by the side of another man, and it was as they were sluicing their faces with water that he heard the cry:”
“He never could bear to go half-dressed to the toilet-room as most men do, and stepped out of his berth fully appareled -- in a natty business sack-suit of Scots-gray, a high turn-down collar, fine enamel shoes and a rather noticeable tie.”
“Fortunately, there were no candidates except ourselves and a Russian friend for the six red velvet divans ranged round the walls of the tiny "ladies 'cabin," and the adjoining toilet-room, and the man of the party enjoyed complete seclusion in the men's cabin.”
“And he led the way into the men's toilet-room of the sleeper.”
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