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  • noun Alternative spelling of bedbath.


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  • Receiving a bed-bath at her hands might be a worry.

    See Delphi and Die

  • Rose began to bed-bath Shirley, still unconscious but restless.

    A Girl Named Rose

  • He was white with excitement; he had eaten no breakfast and had objected more forcibly than usual to his bed-bath.

    Damsel In Green

  • The bed-bath was folded against the wall, but there was no sign of his Beaker clothing, his belt, the hide boots.

    The Time Traders

  • Because she is rushed is no excuse for giving a poor hypodermic injection or a careless bed-bath.

    Applied Psychology for Nurses

  • Do you remember the first hospital bed you ever made, the first bed-bath you gave, the first massage?

    Applied Psychology for Nurses

  • Nurses are taught, on this account, to give a warm soap and water bed-bath in the morning and an alcohol rub at night.

    The Prospective Mother, a Handbook for Women During Pregnancy

  • Both developments will feature attractively furnished units with bed-bath parity, high-end amenities including a resort-style swimming pool, a game room a fitness center and a library, along with a variety of social activities that help to build a sense of community.


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