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Ladies vs. Toilet

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Ladiesnoun

plural of lady

Toiletnoun

(archaic) Personal grooming, in other words washing, dressing, etc.

Ladiesnoun

A ladies' room: a lavatory intended for use by women.

Toiletnoun

One's style of dressing: dress, outfit.

Ladiesadjective

Intended for use by women.

Toiletnoun

(archaic) A dressing room.

Toiletnoun

(UK) A room or enclosed area containing a toilet: a bathroom or water closet.

‘Sorry, I was in the toilet.’;

Toiletnoun

(NZ) A small secondary lavatory having a toilet and sink but no bathtub or shower.toilet

Toiletnoun

(obsolete) A chamber pot.

Toiletnoun

A fixture used for urination and defecation, particularly those with a large bowl and ring-shaped seat which use water to flush the waste material into a septic tank or sewer system.

‘My toilet backed up. Now the bathroom's flooded.’;

Toiletnoun

(figuratively) A very shabby or dirty place.

Toiletnoun

(obsolete) A covering of linen, silk, or tapestry, spread over a table in a chamber or dressing room.

Toiletnoun

(obsolete) A dressing table.

Toiletverb

(dated) To dress and groom oneself

Toiletverb

To use the toilet

Toiletverb

To assist another (a child etc.) in using the toilet

Toiletnoun

A covering of linen, silk, or tapestry, spread over a table in a chamber or a dressing room.

Toiletnoun

A dressing table.

Toiletnoun

Act or mode of dressing, or that which is arranged in dressing; attire; dress; as, her toilet is perfect.

Toiletnoun

a room equipped with toilet facilities

Toiletnoun

a plumbing fixture for defecation and urination

Toiletnoun

misfortune resulting in lost effort or money;

‘his career was in the gutter’; ‘all that work went down the sewer’; ‘pensions are in the toilet’;

Toiletnoun

the act of dressing and preparing yourself;

‘he made his morning toilet and went to breakfast’;

Toiletnoun

a fixed receptacle into which a person may urinate or defecate, typically consisting of a large bowl connected to a system for flushing away the waste into a sewer

‘Liz heard the toilet flush’; ‘a toilet seat’; ‘he got up to go to the toilet’;

Toiletnoun

a room, building, or cubicle containing a toilet or toilets

‘someone pushed at the toilet door’; ‘a public toilet’;

Toiletnoun

the process of washing oneself, dressing, and attending to one's appearance

‘her toilet completed, she finally went back downstairs’;

Toiletnoun

denoting articles used in the process of washing, dressing, and attending to one's appearance

‘a bathroom cabinet stocked with toilet articles’;

Toiletnoun

the cleansing of part of a person's body as a medical procedure.

Toiletverb

assist or supervise (someone, especially an infant or invalid) in using a toilet.

Toiletverb

use a toilet

‘sufferers may need help with dressing, bathing, and toileting’;

Toilet

A toilet is a piece of sanitary hardware that collects human urine and feces, and sometimes toilet paper, usually for disposal. Flush toilets use water, while dry or non-flush toilets do not.

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