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- n. Plural form of voider.
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My voiders have arrived! mood: GDFB Rock! music: Clink ... clink ... clink ...
Pewter voiders abounded and were advertised in newspapers, as were wicker and china voiders in 1740.
"Dysfunctional voiders," as O'Leary prefers to call them, are not physically unable to pee, as they can do it when alone, but they have a psychological performance anxiety that makes them unable to relax the external urinary sphincter on command when under social or time pressure, such as having someone observe them during a drug test.
On Thursday the 13th, the English Consul with all the merchants brought us a present of two silver basins and ewers, with a hundred weight of chocolate, with crimson taffeta clothes, laced with silver laces, and voiders, which were made in the Indies, as were also the basins and ewers.
Several times we saw the Feasts of Bulls, and at them had great voiders of dried sweetmeats brought us upon the King's account, with rich drinks.
It sends fearful voiders first to hotel restrooms and then to a Detroit Tigers game to ease participants back into the public restrooms.
This is one of those warranty-voiders, so you’ll have to decide whether or not a little peace and quiet is worth it.