wash room


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n wash room a toilet that is available to the public
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In literature:

And now," said the minister, "every soul in this room is either saved or unsaved, either washed or not washed.
"Christie's Old Organ" by Mrs. O. F. Walton
And they all hurried off to their rooms to wash their hands before sitting down to table.
"The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume VIII." by Guy de Maupassant
And right here beside the dining-room door is a bench where Steve washes up, and a looking-glass.
"The Wrong Woman" by Charles D. Stewart
Dey washed, milked, made candles, an' worked in de spinnin' room.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States" by Work Projects Administration
Severne arose in a cold room, washed his face in hard water, and descended to breakfast.
"Blazed Trail Stories" by Stewart Edward White
Her curls were brushed out, her hands and face washed, and then she was brought down to the large drawing-room.
"Odd" by Amy Le Feuvre
That wash room was his present destination.
"From Place to Place" by Irvin S. Cobb
I passed into the bath room and washed.
"The Pirate of Panama" by William MacLeod Raine
I can make porridge, and clean the room and wash Baby.
"The King's Daughters" by Emily Sarah Holt
There would be no extras except washing, and a fire in your room.
"The Lady of the Basement Flat" by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey

In poetry:

A breath from tropical borders,
Just a ripple, flowed into my room,
And washed my face clean of its sadness,
Blew my heart into bloom.
"At The Window" by Maurice Thompson
I will make my kitchen, and you shall keep your room,
Where white flows the river and bright blows the broom,
And you shall wash your linen and keep your body white
In rainfall at morning and dewfall at night.
"I Will Make You Brooches" by Robert Louis Stevenson

In news:

The wash floor was expanded to make room for another tunnel washer and dryers, plus additional soil storage rail.
Soaring space, beams washed with milk paint, and a fireplace with marble surround define the 28-foot-high living room.
President Barack Obama delivers a statement on the Hurricane Sandy situation from the press briefing room of the White House in Washing.
I was washing my hands in the ladies' room of the Bob Evans restaurant in Breezewood, Pa. On my left, perpendicular to the sink but a foot or two behind me, was a counter, where I had placed my Washington Post.
And if you're not sure where exactly you're supposed to be washing, please refer to the diagram hanging in the locker room.
Spiky hair and scented body wash in the locker room.
Percentage of those who washed hands immediately when entering patients' rooms went from 7 to 88 percent, study found.
Soccer star Hope Solo leaves a conference room with her lawyer Peter Offenbecher (left), before a bail hearing for former Seattle Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevensin Kirkland, Wash.
The Associated Press reports that visitors at the hospital's maternal units must wash their hands and wear a mask while visiting a patient's room.
The 35,000-square-foot facility in Richland, Wash. Will eventually host several labs, a research winery, meeting rooms and classrooms.
Is your laundry room clean and green—or ecologically washed up.
When the creative spark eludes her, author Shanyn Hosier has only a short trek from a nook in her living room to the washing machine.
The TC-PU50 washes out in bright room lighting, and it can't get as bright in its most accurate picture mode as some plasmas this size.
When they were freshmen, current members of the Class of 2005 paid 75 cents for each load of laundry they washed and the same amount for each load they dried in student laundry rooms.
Sunshine Rooms Inc, a leading manufacturer of glass structures for more than 25 years, announces the release of its latest product line: Crystal Structures car wash buildings.