from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Ready; willing.
- adj. Direct; near; short; gain.
- adj. Limber; pliant; flexible.
- adv. Readily; willingly.
- adv. Nearby; at hand.
- n. A bath.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A bath; a bagnio.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Direct; near; short: as, that way's the bainest (banest).
- 2. Ready; willing.
- Limber; pliant; flexible.
- Near by; at hand.
- 2. Readily; willingly.
- To bathe; wash.
- To bathe one's self; take a bath.
- etc. Obsolete spelling of bane, bone, etc.
- n. A bath, in any of the senses of that word.
- n. A bagnio or brothel.
Your bain is by far THE BEST survival weapon availible.
Among the inventions attributed to her is the double boiler commonly known as a bain-marie.
She is wearing a black maillot de bain, which is hidden beneath her paréo.
And you get and tell May when she do come home, that 'tis particular glad I be for to know as her bain't took worse, nor nothing.
Traditionally, chocolate is melted in a manner which is called bain marie and involves either double boiler or a pan with a bowl on top of it.
The only "bain" that I could think of was my standard 13x9 glass baking tray.
"Theer! yo 'bain't so much as scratted, ma precious, is yo'?" she cried.
Almost 48 hours earlier, on Friday the 26th -- a beautiful August day, a warm bain de soleil -- miles before any talk of Tornados -- I strolled the two blocks to the supermarket, carrying my two-handed golf-umbrella just in case of another earthquake.
I've even learned the word in multiple languages to save time, which is of the essence: salle de bain, bano, אמבטיה, Seomra Folctha, Koupelna.
I've even learned the word in multiple languages to save time, which is of the essence: salle de bain, bano, ××××××, Seomra Folctha, Koupelna.