from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A room for bathing in.


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  • Naturally, I had resolved that the bath-room and the big brass bed should be mine.


  • When I say that it opened directly into a bath-room, and that, among other things, it was furnished with a big brass bed such as one would never suspect to find at sea, I have said enough.


  • The bath-room will be a trifle larger than the size of the smallest bath - tub — it won't require so much work to keep in order.

    The House Beautiful

  • When I built heere i had a extra bath-room plumbed in to complete later as could afford.

    Stupid Moves

  • I would not be suprised if they don't add a coin operatd latch to the bath-room next.

    Be Careful in Bear Country

  • She took Safra into the bath-room and locked the door.

    Death In Monaco

  • However, after a while, they carried me into a neat bath-room leading out of the hall; and as I sat there, behold, in came three slave-girls who seated themselves round me and said to me,

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • That probably wouldn't change even if "bath-room" were written with a hyphen.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • I had almost adapted myself to the thing when I fell in the bath-room reaching for the light, and lay on the floor until I caught a mild form of arthritis called “Miotoosis,” which popped me in the bed for five weeks more.

    A Life in Letters

  • “Livy my darling,” he had advised his wife eleven days before embarkation, “I want you to be sure & remember to have, in the bath-room, when I arrive, a bottle of Scotch whisky, a lemon, some crushed sugar, & a bottle of Angostura bitters.”

    Mark Twain


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