Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of steam bath.

Etymologies

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steam + bath

Examples

  • He thought of Hare-lip and the "steambath" and of the ridiculous gesture yesterday, when he had stubbed out the cigarette on the back of his hand.

    Autumn

  • He thought of Hare-lip and the "steambath" and of the ridiculous gesture yesterday, when he had stubbed out the cigarette on the back of his hand.

    Darkness At Noon

  • Shvitz as a noun is a steambath, as Mr. el-Gamal said.

    Your Letters: Shvitzing; John Lennon

  • Shvitz as a noun is a steambath, as Mr. el-Gamal said.

    Your Letters: Shvitzing; John Lennon

  • The region was clenched in a typical August heat wave, the air a humid steambath that left everyone sticky and ill-tempered after even the briefest venture outside.

    The Half Life

  • The region was clenched in a typical August heat wave, the air a humid steambath that left everyone sticky and ill-tempered after even the briefest venture outside.

    The Half Life

  • The region was clenched in a typical August heat wave, the air a humid steambath that left everyone sticky and ill-tempered after even the briefest venture outside.

    The Half Life

  • The region was clenched in a typical August heat wave, the air a humid steambath that left everyone sticky and ill-tempered after even the briefest venture outside.

    The Half Life

  • He had a big knife and gave a guy a cocaine steambath.

    GRR, GIANT CROCODILES!

  • The region was clenched in a typical August heat wave, the air a humid steambath that left everyone sticky and ill-tempered after even the briefest venture outside.

    Fly Away Home

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