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- adj. Designed for use whilst bathing.
- n. The act of taking a bath.
- v. Present participle of bathe.
- v. Present participle of bath.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Act of taking a bath or baths.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. immersing the body in water or sunshine
- n. the act of washing yourself (or another person)
_Which do you prefer -- sea bathing or fresh water bathing_?
Shannon Gooding from Queen Anne showed up, flanked by five kids in bathing suits, intending to ask the city not to close down her pool.
Yeah, bathing is not a nightly occurrence around here either.
Not cleaning before bathing is a major omission in the Western concept of the bath.
In some of these places, particularly in Styria, water must be fetched from fountains handled by pumps; bathing is done in simple wooden tubs or otherwise.
On the edge of the farther side, facing him, in bathing suits, legs dangling toward the water, sat three terrified nymphs.
It's a little strange to criticize a beauty contest because only beautiful people (according to or current standards) can enter and not people who are overweight/look horrible in bathing suits because of their moles/whatever.
I also swear by putting my kids in bathing suits, giving them scrub brushes, and letting them scrub down any indoor surface that can stand scrubbing.
Second, bathing is not necessarily a “necessary” activity at all times.
This photo is sexist ... says the former beauty queen who routinely posed in bathing suits to win over judges.