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- n. An unfurnished room within a building used for hand washing, bathing, laundry, dish washing, etc.
- n. A lavatory; a room designed and equiped for washing hands, normally fitted with basins or sinks, drains, and running water available from taps or faucets.
- n. A similarly equipped room in an institution, such as a hospital or school or manufactory, designated for washing hands, bathing, laundering, or a combination of such.
- n. A specially designed chamber in a laboratory or industrial plant designed for emergency bathing such as may be needed for human exposure to harmful chemicals and the like.
- n. A bathroom, lavatory, toilet, restroom, or powder room.
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- n. a toilet that is available to the public
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Peggy who has been staying at the Irwin's in their wash room was informed they wanted the room so she came here in the wash room, and when the rain came & flooded the floor we moved her up stayrs, so it happened in the evening that W & H sat at the fire with their old Mauma W. smoking and the old Mauma smoking too: quite comfortably & having a cosy talk.