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  • noun Plural form of bathing.

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Examples

  • After multiple gentle bathings in Oxyclean, it looked white again.

    In Harlem, Fashion Meets Real Estate

  • They don't let us walk around in bathings suits (it would be too cold for that anyway) but you can wear anything else you would wear to the beach.

    super-suzan Diary Entry

  • I do not yet hear one jot the better for all my bathings and pumpings, though I have been here already full half my time; I consequently go very little into company, being very little fit for any.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • Now bestowes he costly bathings on his body, that the least sent of the Stable might not be felt about him; and finding a time sutable to his desire, when he knew the

    The Decameron

  • In his meals, his bathings, and in all his exercises, he followed the old Laconian usage, and was often heard to say, he had no desire for the place of king, if he did not hope by means of that authority to restore their ancient laws and discipline.

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • Dale and I tried to develop a daily routine and make some sense out of double three-hour feedings, double diapers, double bathings, double crying—not to mention continuing to be the parents of another child who very much needed to discover where he fit into all of these.

    Mothering Twins

  • Dale and I tried to develop a daily routine and make some sense out of double three-hour feedings, double diapers, double bathings, double crying—not to mention continuing to be the parents of another child who very much needed to discover where he fit into all of these.

    Mothering Twins

  • Dale and I tried to develop a daily routine and make some sense out of double three-hour feedings, double diapers, double bathings, double crying—not to mention continuing to be the parents of another child who very much needed to discover where he fit into all of these.

    Mothering Twins

  • As she must take little Johnny S. and her own maid, and another to help in bathings, and look after the child, it is quite a nomad eruption and waggon-load of Scythians.

    Memoir and Letters of Francis W. Newman

  • Then there was the decrease of pain and the increase of strength, for what with the bathings and rubbings that the doctor ordered, and the nourishing food that Mrs. Ashford and Miss Alice sent, she began to get greatly better.

    A Missionary Twig

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