• WordNet 3.6
    • n crapper a plumbing fixture for defecation and urination
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In literature:

And ultimately the ten vehicles halted in Crapper Street, to the joy of the simple inhabitants.
"The Card, A Story Of Adventure In The Five Towns" by Arnold Bennett
The first birth was that of Mary Day, in 1851, and the first death that of Daniel Crappers, in 1854.
"Fifty Years In The Northwest" by William Henry Carman Folsom

In news:

Buc-ee's: America's best crapper .
Stephen King, "The Shining" and the crapper .
102 years ago we lost a great man his name was Thomas Crapper , that was his real name to I'm not kidding.
Anyway Crapper was an engineer who is credited with the invention of the flushing toilet and also adding the word crap to the English language.
Ever since Thomas Crapper popularized the indoor toilet, mankind has been striving to improve his much needed inventions.
But, in recent years, the magazine has been slowly going down the crapper.
It's easy to be negative these days, what with the economy in the crapper.
Leonard fourth-grader Ian Betley portrays Thomas Crapper, popularizer of the toilet and inventor of the floating ballcock.
An unused waste treatment plant in the Israeli settlement of Ofra in the West Bank has come to symbolize the reality of the Middle East's most intractable conflict: It's in the crapper.
I alway watch the tube and listen to the radio crappers.
Who knew that many people could fit in one little crapper at once.
) Beyond advanced valves and low-consumption flushing, today's American toilets are pretty similar to Crapper's models.
The commode, the stool, the crapper.
Just some of the names we have heard about our porcelain friend in the bathroom 101 years have come and gone since Thomas Crapper invented a way to dispose of, well you know.