lavatory

  1. a room equipped with toilet facilities
  2. a toilet that is cleaned of waste by the flow of water through it

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Lavatory

Bathroom or washroom sink.
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Lavatory

• (n.) A place where gold is obtained by washing. • (n.) A wash or lotion for a diseased part. • (a.) Washing, or cleansing by washing. • (n.) A place for washing. • (n.) A basin or other vessel for washing in.
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Lavatory

Lav'a·to·ry adjective Washing, or cleansing by washing.
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lavatory

Another name for a toilet. ...
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lavatory

lavatory 1. A vessel for washing, a laver, a bath. 2. In certain churches, the ritual washing of the celebrant's hands: (a) at the offertory; (b) after the cleansing of the vessels following the communion. 3. A room equipped with washing and often toilet facilities; a 'bathroom'. 4. A washbowl or basin, especially one permanently installed with ...
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Lavatory

Originally a lavatory was a cistern or trough to wash in. There was usually a lavatory in the cloisters of monastic establishments, at which the inmates washed their hands and faces. Some of these still remain, as at Gloucester and Worcester. The name was also given to the piscina. In modern times the word has come to mean a room, building, or comp...
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lavatory

wash-basin for washing bodies of newly dead; room where lavabo kept
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lavatory

[Chiefly Brit.] a flush toilet.
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