bath vs bathe

bath bathe

Definitions

  • 1) The act of bathing.
  • 2) biblical An ancient Hebrew unit of liquid volume measure, equal to an ephah and to one-tenth of a homer, and approximately equal to 22 litres.
  • 3) A room or area where bathing occurs: bathroom.
  • 4) A substance or preparation into which something is immersed.
  • 5) A tub or pool which is used for bathing: bathtub.
  • 6) The act of soaking or cleansing the body, as in water or steam.
  • 7) A resort providing therapeutic baths; a spa.
  • 8) An ancient Hebrew unit of liquid measure, equal to about 38 liters (10 US gallons).
  • 9) A container holding such a medium.
  • 10) A liquid in which something is dipped or soaked for processing.
  • 11) A bathroom.
  • 12) A medium, such as oil or sand, that controls the temperature of objects placed in it.
  • 13) A building equipped for bathing.
  • 14) The water used for cleansing the body.
  • 15) A container holding such a liquid.
  • 16) a kind of chair on wheels, as used by invalids at Bath.
  • 17) a preparation of calcareous earth, in the form of a brick, used for cleaning knives, polished metal, etc.
  • 18) a high order of British knighthood, composed of three classes, viz., knights grand cross, knights commanders, and knights companions, abbreviated thus: G. C. B., K. C. B., K. B.
  • 19) (Chem.) A medium, as heated sand, ashes, steam, hot air, through which heat is applied to a body.
  • 20) a house used for the purpose of bathing; -- also a small house, near a bathing place, where a bather undresses and dresses.
  • 21) Water or other liquid for bathing.
  • 22) a species of limestone (oölite) found near Bath, used for building.
  • 23) The act of exposing the body, or part of the body, for purposes of cleanliness, comfort, health, etc., to water, vapor, hot air, or the like.
  • 24) See Douche.
  • 25) A city in the west of England, resorted to for its hot springs, which has given its name to various objects.
  • 26) A building containing an apartment or a series of apartments arranged for bathing.
  • 27) A receptacle or place where persons may immerse or wash their bodies in water.
  • 28) a kind of vapor bath which consists in a prolonged exposure of the body to the influence of the steam of water, followed by washings and shampooings.
  • 29) a folded writing paper, 8 1/2 by 14 inches.
  • 30) (Photog.) A solution in which plates or prints are immersed; also, the receptacle holding the solution.
  • 31) A Hebrew measure containing the tenth of a homer, or five gallons and three pints, as a measure for liquids; and two pecks and five quarts, as a dry measure.
  • 32) an alloy consisting of four and a half ounces of zinc and one pound of copper.
  • 33) a kind of bath in which a profuse perspiration is produced by hot air, after which the body is washed and shampooed.
  • 34) An arrangement or preparation for immersing anything, as the silver-bath in photography.
  • 35) More generally, an apartment or apparatus by means of which the body, or a part of it, may be bathed in any medium differing in nature or temperature from its natural medium.
  • 36) In chem., an apparatus for modifying and regulating the heat in various chemical processes, by interposing a quantity of sand, water, or other substance between the fire and the vessel intended to be heated.
  • 37) A provision or arrangement for bathing: as, to prepare a bath; a hot or cold bath; a vapor-bath; an electric bath.
  • 38) A washing of the body in, or an exposure of it to the action of, water or other fluid agent, for cleansing, refreshment, medical treatment, etc.: as, to take a bath; to administer a bath to a patient.
  • 39) An edifice containing apartments fitted up for bathing; a bath-house; particularly, in the plural, one of the elaborate bathing establishments of the ancients, as the Baths of Caracalla at Rome. See thermœ.
  • 40) In science and the arts, any vessel containing a liquid for treating any object by immersion.
  • 41) A vessel for holding water in which to plunge, wash, or bathe the body.
  • 42) In electricity, the solution in which electrochemical action takes place, as in electroplating, electrotyping, electrometallurgy, etc.
  • 43) A Hebrew liquid measure = 72 logs = 6 hins = cor, and corresponding to the dry measure the ephah = 72 logs = 18 cabs = 3 saths = cor.
  • 44) Same as bath-flower.
  • 45) To put into a bath; wash in a bath.

Definitions

  • 1) UK, colloquial The act of swimming or bathing, especially in the sea, a lake, or a river; a swimming bath.
  • 2) The immersion of the body in water.
  • 3) The act of bathing; the immersion of the body in water: as, to take one's usual bathe. Edinburgh Rev.
  • 4) transitive To clean a person by immersion in water or using water; to take a bath, have a bath.
  • 5) intransitive To sunbathe.
  • 6) figuratively (transitive and intransitive) To cover or surround.
  • 7) intransitive To immerse oneself, or part of the body, in water for pleasure or refreshment; to swim.
  • 8) intransitive To clean oneself by immersion in water or using water; to take a bath, have a bath.
  • 9) transitive To apply water or other liquid to; to suffuse or cover with liquid.
  • 10) suffuse with or as if with light
  • 11) cleanse the entire body
  • 12) clean one's body by immersion into water
  • 13) To apply water or other liquid to with a sponge, cloth, or the like, generally for therapeutic purposes.
  • 14) To take a bath; be in water or other liquid; go into water to bathe one's self.
  • 15) To be immersed or surrounded as if with water.
  • 16) To place in a bath; immerse in water or other fluid, for cleanliness, health, or pleasure.
  • 17) To immerse in or surround with anything analogous to water: as, bathed in sunlight.
  • 18) To water moisten, or suffuse with any liquid.
  • 19) In zoology, to tint; tinge in a uniform manner, giving the appearance of one color seen through another: as, black bathed with purple, brown bathed with rosy, etc.
  • 20) To become immersed in or as if in liquid.
  • 21) To wash in a liquid.
  • 22) To seem to wash or pour over; suffuse.
  • 23) To go into the water for swimming or other recreation.
  • 24) To sunbathe.
  • 25) To apply a liquid to for healing or soothing purposes.
  • 26) To immerse in liquid; wet.
  • 27) obsolete To bask in the sun.
  • 28) To bathe one's self; to take a bath or baths.
  • 29) To immerse or cover one's self, as in a bath.
  • 30) To moisten or suffuse with a liquid.
  • 31) To lave; to wet.
  • 32) To surround, or envelop, as water surrounds a person immersed.
  • 33) To wash by immersion, as in a bath; to subject to a bath.
  • 34) To apply water or some liquid medicament to.

Examples

  • 1) They should learn to put their own toothpaste on the brush and run their own baths.
  • 2) Reduce the time and temperature of your baths and showers.
  • 3) Providing dust baths in runs also helps keep feathers clean.
  • 4) Country houses, places of worship and public baths are thought to be most vulnerable to the scarcity of scaffolding.
  • 5) I'm enjoying doing the ice baths again.
  • 6) I promised myself that it would all be cured by a hot bath and a good night's sleep.
  • 7) We had a great big plunge bath and just one or two showers.
  • 8) They run the ice baths and make sure he stays in there until it melts.
  • 9) The plunge baths that sit under moulded aluminium ceilings?
  • 10) In football it is things like ice baths and getting injuries.
  • 11) Wash his hair only over the edge of the bath with the shower head afterwards.
  • 12) Having a bath or washing her hair was beyond her.
  • 13) Warm baths and a leg massage before bed should ease the pains.
  • 14) We have all known revolting local baths where you need a shower after the shower.
  • 15) The public sauna baths we used almost daily to lose unwanted pounds were pretty basic.
  • 16) The first days bathing so burnt us that we were in real agony.
  • 17) Does it taste nicer in the bath?
  • 18) Do not miss the experience of bathing in one of the lagoons near the cave.
  • 19) They left the bath running and flooded the house.
  • 20) Ice baths have become a most fashionable way to recover after an intense game or race.
  • 21) He also recommends cooling off in a cold shower or bath just before you go to bed.
  • 22) The first and most important is the hot bath.
  • 23) What about bathing and washing food?
  • 24) Draw a hot bath with some lavender oil, lie back and relax.
  • 25) One bath is equal to three showers, so swap.
  • 26) I draw a bath and undress.
  • 27) One bath, yes, two at a push.
  • 28) At the expiration of this time, the cotton is taken out and placed on the edges of the copper, a pint of the above ley of foda is to be added to the bath, the cotton is then to be returned into the bath» and boiled from twelve to fifteen minutes, laflly, it is to be taken out and left to drain, wrung, wafhed in a flream of water, and wrung on the pin a fecond time.
  • 29) Underneath the bath is a clever place to claim back space.
  • 30) Minister turned to the Syndic and said to him, “O my lord! verily the bath is the Paradise21 of this world.”
  • 31) This shop offers a great deal, a half dozen of what they call bath blasters (4 oz one-bath bath bombs) for $15.00 (they also sell individually for $2.99 each).
  • 32) (It takes ages because the bath is a nice deep claw one, and i'm upstairs with shite water pressure.)
  • 33) NOW -- the toilet in the master bath is a full-sized model and it looks like the old thingie there is the same as the new thingie I just bought.
  • 34) Martin, after a few instructions, sorted the great heaps of soiled clothes, while Joe started the masher and made up fresh supplies of soft-soap, compounded of biting chemicals that compelled him to swathe his mouth and nostrils and eyes in bath - towels till he resembled a mummy.
  • 35) The bath is not for washing, but for soaking in fresh pure water in order to open the systems of the body and exfoliate old layers of skin.
  • 36) ‘Asmodeus laid in the bath submerging herself in a deep pool of water, her eyes closed in concentration.’
  • 37) ‘I stripped off and got in the bath, laid back and let the water begin its magic of revivifying me.’
  • 38) ‘Downstairs, there is even a jacuzzi in the bath and a sauna.’
  • 39) ‘She turned on the shower and stepped in the bath, the water was warm and refreshing, unlike her water at the apartment which was always cold.’
  • 40) ‘Don't stay in the bath or shower too long, and use lukewarm water.’
  • 41) ‘Your child should stay no more than 15 minutes in the bath or shower, and keep the water temperature lukewarm.’
  • 42) ‘The Body Wash works just as well in the bath or shower.’
  • 43) ‘We didn't have a plug in the bath, and the shower attachment couldn't be… attached.’
  • 44) ‘Birds will notice the water in the bath as they go to the feeder.’
  • 45) ‘Six to eight drops of Eucalyptus oil in the bath cools the body in summer and protects in winter.’
  • 46) ‘He enjoys being in the bath as he likes water and tends to splash a lot.’
  • 47) ‘He goes hysterical when I even wash his face in the bath, and if water gets in his hair it is even worse.’
  • 48) ‘‘All I want to do now is go home and lay in the bath for a week,’ he said.’
  • 49) ‘Alora lay there in the bath, thinking about what Mark had said, and trying not to let it trouble her.’
  • 50) ‘The plug got stuck in the bath so we couldn't use the shower, the shower rail fell down, and the telephone broke.’
  • 51) ‘I did notice a few soapy bubbles in the bath but figured a quick rinse with the shower head would be sufficient.’
  • 52) ‘At twenty-five past six I turned on the hot water in the bath, and covertly swallowed a small glass of brandy.’
  • 53) ‘I sagged back in the bath and took a breath, hearing water dripping in the silence, a mist rising from the surface into the freezing air.’
  • 54) ‘She must have fallen asleep in the bath, because the next thing she knew, the water was cold and the room was empty.’
  • 55) ‘She put the stopper in the bath and began to fill it with lukewarm water.’
  • 56) ‘Give your child a daily bath with soap and warm water.’
  • 57) ‘The crisis was so grave that no baths were allowed and toilets were only flushed when essential.’
  • 58) ‘He used to pay a means-tested fee of £3.45 for a home help to come to his home twice a week to assist him in having a bath and to clean and tidy his home.’
  • 59) ‘I longed for a bath, clean linen and a bed - any kind of bed that would allow me to stretch and relax.’
  • 60) ‘He was given a scented bath before sunrise to wash the filth from his body.’
  • 61) ‘I got to go to a nice clean toilet, have a bath, get fed properly and that sort of stuff.’
  • 62) ‘There was a time when all you needed for a fully satisfying bath were water, soap, bath-mat and towel, and maybe a chunk of pumicestone for getting off the real dirt.’
  • 63) ‘Finally, Cathena gets her hot bath, soaking to her chin in the steamy water.’
  • 64) ‘Some women were taking baths in the hot springs, laughing and playing.’
  • 65) ‘Go home, have a bath and wash your hair.’
  • 66) ‘There is a library, a kitchen if you want to help with dinner, a bathroom for taking baths, and a couple of bedrooms if you want to take a quick rest.’
  • 67) ‘She left the bed and went into the bathroom to start her bath.’
  • 68) ‘Still confused from the concussion, Jake really wants to take a bath.’
  • 69) ‘I would have to run home from school on the days I knew I could take a bath.’
  • 70) ‘Getting up early in the morning will also give you enough time to enjoy your bath.’
  • 71) ‘Get a manicure, do some yoga, or enjoy a luscious aromatherapy bath.’
  • 72) ‘Elizabeth, after finishing her bath, continued to dress.’
  • 73) ‘I finished my bath just as the doorbell rang.’
  • 74) ‘There's nothing like a nice hot bath on a cold winter's day.’
  • 75) ‘Start to relax an hour before bedtime with a hot bath or your favorite music.’
  • 76) ‘Pensioners in Bradford may be able to enjoy free swimming facilities at Corporation baths soon.’
  • 77) ‘Comparatively little is known of the colonia, but there were large public buildings, including baths, and private buildings with mosaics, attesting to prosperity of a provincial capital.’
  • 78) ‘The Romans actually were quite good at public health facilities with their public baths and aqueducts and paved streets.’
  • 79) ‘People flocked to the baths and open-air swimming pools, and at the Lido in Bradford's Lister Park the attendance was 2,871.’
  • 80) ‘Dating from 1846, the building contained public baths and wash houses, an important amenity and social focus in the Victorian East End.’
  • 81) ‘For general bathing, people used the public baths but shied away from the communal washing areas, which had a stigma attached to them.’
  • 82) ‘The public baths, with their pool, were comparatively modest for so important a town.’
  • 83) ‘There were three pools in Silchester Road public baths and wash-house.’
  • 84) ‘From the Greco-Roman town there are many public buildings, including seven gymnasia, administrative buildings, baths, and the agora.’
  • 85) ‘With regard to the cost cutting, job losses and closures of public baths by City of York Council, has anyone put two and two together and realised why they are having to save money?’
  • 86) ‘The 140-year-old landmark, initially built for use as public baths, was reduced to a pile of rubble over the Christmas period.’
  • 87) ‘Later, in the afternoon, Joe wandered to the stockyard, waited till security had passed, then jumped the wall and made his way towards the public baths.’
  • 88) ‘If I remember rightly, we were simply divided into two groups - those who had been to a public baths before and those who hadn't.’
  • 89) ‘I did as I was told (I usually do) and I'm now sat on a bench outside the public baths.’
  • 90) ‘Observant readers may have noticed that, five years later, there are only two public baths open, and that's on a good day.’
  • 91) ‘The first public baths, built by the Romans, is now a pile of rubble in a rundown district on the Danube's west bank.’
  • 92) ‘Groups of young children can regularly be seen attending swimming classes at the baths.’
  • 93) ‘Admission to the baths and swimming pool for adults is 8,000 won and for children, 7,000 won’
  • 94) ‘Consider the decline and fall of the Romans, who considered hygiene so important that they subsidized the construction of magnificent public baths where men and women washed together.’
  • 95) ‘However, O'Connell - whose family owned the public baths in the area - has sold out and plans to leave the neighbourhood.’
  • 96) ‘The main difference was one had a half bath, kind of bathroom which neither one of us liked, but a much nicer cabinet layout in the kitchen.’
  • 97) ‘Our party space was maybe 550 square feet - which included the kitchen and a half bath.’
  • 98) ‘The house in Houston will include guest suites with private baths, communal kitchen, living and dining rooms, a library, a family room and a manager's office.’
  • 99) ‘It was huge, ten bedrooms, three baths, a huge kitchen, elegant dining room, it was the home little girls dreamed of, or at least the ones that she grew up with.’
  • 100) ‘The apartments themselves were nice and homey, consisting of two bedrooms, two baths, a kitchen and living/dining area.’
  • 101) ‘There also are 32 pavilion suites for trainers with living rooms, kitchens, and private baths.’
  • 102) ‘Then came the downstairs bath and kitchen remodel, for which Raquel agonized over everything from faucets to light switch plates.’
  • 103) ‘Add one or two topper fabrics to your tables, layer several towels over each other in your bath and kitchen, add a valance to your window treatments.’
  • 104) ‘Experts say the most popular home improvement projects are room additions, sprucing up the kitchen and updating the bath.’
  • 105) ‘And, the Gablers only recently remodeled the bath and gutted the kitchen.’
  • 106) ‘Use bath and kitchen fans sparingly when the air conditioner is operating to avoid pulling warm, moist air into your home.’
  • 107) ‘It was mainly carpeted and had two bedrooms, a bath, a kitchen, a small dining area, and a living room.’
  • 108) ‘Here, we see chrome used first in the places you'd most expect to find it: the kitchen and the bath.’
  • 109) ‘Buyers are drawn by their locations, their detailing, or their affordability - and turned off by their modest kitchens, baths, and master suites.’
  • 110) ‘With the types of wood and finishes available, a wood floor can be put in virtually any room in your house-even kitchens, baths, and utility rooms.’
  • 111) ‘The increase in spending on home improvement isn't limited to kitchen and baths, although, as always, those jobs are leading the way.’
  • 112) ‘They work well in kitchens, baths, and on doors and trim.’
  • 113) ‘For high-moisture areas, like kitchens and baths or where frequent cleaning is required, use only oil-based.’
  • 114) ‘If you are going to stay in your home while work is being done, talk to your contractor about how critical areas like the kitchen and baths will be handled.’
  • 115) ‘A Miami housing tour, education sessions, and exhibitions highlight the best in luxury kitchens and baths.’
  • 116) ‘After processing in this bath, the film is clear where the developed silver was and white where the remaining silver halide is.’
  • 117) ‘Great care should be practiced to prevent the potential hazard of accumulating liquid oxygen in the liquid nitrogen bath.’
  • 118) ‘Leaves were mounted on a Perspex holder with their lower edge touching a reservoir of dilute nutrient solution that also contained the reference bath electrode.’
  • 119) ‘This is a long and complicated process involving acid baths and tubs of water.’
  • 120) ‘Or the items have been soaked in fresh water and chemical baths to leech out the saltwater that threatens to destroy them.’
  • 121) ‘The next day the coated print is put into a bath of chemicals and water and allowed to soak.’
  • 122) ‘Decide on a bedtime routine - such as feed your baby, bath her, then settle her in bed.’
  • 123) ‘I went to parenting classes and learnt how to bath a baby and how to change its nappy, but I never really thought about what happened after the baby came out and was placed on my belly for me to gaze at adoringly.’
  • 124) ‘Wendy had to show Hendry how to feed, wind and bath the baby and left him alone with her only if she went shopping.’
  • 125) ‘The only difficulty being I couldn't shower/wash/swim/bathe for six hours so I had to bath my poor son while wearing rubber gloves.’
  • 126) ‘All we want is a bath seat, so my sister and I can bath her, and, instead of Mum having to go to the hospital, I want the district nurse to come here.’
  • 127) ‘So I dry him off as best I can and then have to bath him when he gets home.’
  • 128) ‘Afterwards it was lovely because she came and did the ironing and cooked us dinner and helped bath the boys.’
  • 129) ‘That parents-to-be should have some awareness of not just how to change a nappy and bath the baby but that talking to the child and interacting with them is just as important.’
  • 130) ‘The last hospital I worked at had castile soap in a huge pump bottle from which we dispensed little cups for the parents to bath their children.’
  • 131) ‘I have to bath my children twice a day, give them antibiotics and put ointment on the wounds.’
  • 132) ‘I would come home from school, feed her, bath her and put her to bed before doing my homework.’
  • 133) ‘You will need time to clean and handle your pet as well as feed him, bath him and take him to the vets.’
  • 134) ‘You know she had to bring me meals in bed, had to bath me, get me dressed, all the stuff that you take for granted, when you have a stroke you can't do those things anymore.’
  • 135) ‘She told me that she needed to get one too and wanted to know if I could bath her before I took mine.’
  • 136) ‘He and the father had known each other all their lives and he had helped to care for her, giving her lifts, washing her hair and later on, bathing her.’
  • 137) ‘He fetched the man's wife who was bathing his sister.’
  • 138) ‘While I'm bathing Jessica for bed, Lee is downstairs reading Hannah a story before her bedtime half-an-hour later.’
  • 139) ‘His wife Angela was upstairs bathing the children at their home.’
  • 140) ‘The boys were staying for the evening whilst Grandma and Ana went back to the hospital and they insisted on helping out with bathing him.’
  • 141) ‘During that time she had to re-learn basic skills such as bathing her baby.’
  • 142) ‘He cleaned the cat's litter box and bathed the dog.’
  • 143) ‘It is not healthy, the children are dirty, we can not bath, the water we have we use for drinking.’
  • 144) ‘These are the people that quite happily let me shower and bath with no hot water for 10 days, because they couldn't be bothered to fix a tap.’
  • 145) ‘He had taken a vow before his men that he would bath in the waters of the Mediterranean; the time was right to fulfill that vow.’
  • 146) ‘A man who obviously could not afford water to bath in was a true peasant indeed.’
  • 147) ‘She remembered her father use to tease her about washing her skin away, and how he would bath once a month, using her dirty water and taking only ten minutes at most.’
  • 148) ‘I shall certainly try importing as a text document, but at the weekend, because I really need to bath, pack and go to bed in preparation for my overnight trip to Liverpool.’
  • 149) ‘He has a cute little doll that he baths with but he tends to squish the head so the water comes squirting out of its ears instead of rocking it gently and washing its different body parts.’
  • 150) ‘They dressed poorly - they don't bath for weeks, but they have mobiles.’
  • 151) ‘Some unfortunates did, of course, have to bath for reasons of health.’
  • 152) ‘Initially, I hesitated to bath without clothes, which is normal in such bathing places.’
  • 153) ‘So, you bath under a banana or shower within the buttress roots of a banyan.’
  • 154) ‘Normally, my chief though was to bath quickly and leave.’
  • 155) ‘I can't wait to bath here, I thought to myself as I slowly followed the lazy creek.’
  • 156) ‘They are very popular among the women as they love to bath with it and same goes with the children too.’
  • 157) ‘And at times, they mistake the glitter of the metal for water in which to bath.’
  • 158) ‘She told me that the shower was broken and that I had to bath in the lake.’
  • 159) ‘At home I had to develop strategies to do everything: to get up in the morning, to bath, to shower, to dress.’
  • 160) ‘At that spot, the spring widened and deepened into a pool just big enough for a person to bath in.’
  • 161) ‘A story is still told fondly by elders in the regions of how in those days people used to bath in milk in the rainy season.’
  • 162) ‘The water provides us with food and drink, a place to bath and cleanse our belongings, and a way to relieve ourselves from the harsh heat.’
  • 163) ‘The bath, equal to 72 Logs, is thus the liquid equivalent of the Ephah, also equal to 72 Logs.’
  • 164) ‘Ancient pottery, closely corresponding to our above figure, has been found in Tell Beit Mirsim that is marked "bath'' and has a capacity of about 5 gallons.’
  • 165) ‘The standard liquid measure in the Bible is the bath.’
  • 166) ‘The ephah was a dry measure, and the bath a liquid measure, containing about seven gallons, four pints, or three pecks, three pints.’
  • 167) ‘The equivalence values are based on the Old Testament use of bath as a liquid measurement.’

Examples

  • 1) The men can take it in turns to bathe in the river.
  • 2) Robots can wash your hair, feed you and bathe you.
  • 3) We had barely hammered in the last tent peg when 50 elephants emerged from the forest to bathe in the river.
  • 4) Cannot wash and bathe at all and needs another person to wash their entire body (eight points)?
  • 5) The scratch card machine at Mr Kuzmanovski's local newsagent claimed the word "bathe" matched a bathtub and not a swimmer.
  • 6) Court scratches out couple's $100,000 lotto win RAIL worker Bale Kuzmanovski thought he had struck gold when he matched a picture of a swimmer to the word "bathe" on his instant scratch card.
  • 7) Consequently, the only appropriate way for Spaniards to bathe is "from the knees down."
  • 8) Watching her bathe was a sensual event in and of itself.
  • 9) Guided by a sage named Noot, one who from the beginning had been appointed to her service and that of another -- thou, O Holly, wast that man -- she found the essence in which to bathe is to outlive Generations, Faiths, and
  • 10) At Shendy, on the contrary, they are greatly dreaded; the Arabs and the slaves and females, who repair to the shore of the river near the town every morning and evening to wash their linen, and fill their water-skins for the supply of the town, are obliged to be continually on the alert, and such as bathe take care not to proceed to any great distance into the river.
  • 11) It was typical of Adele and her elfin fancies to "bathe" rather than "wash" her face and hands in the brook, when there was a sink with running water (brook water) right outside the lodge door.
  • 12) ‘People used the same water to bathe, wash their cows and drink,’ Bascombe related.’
  • 13) ‘But what if the upstream community wants to use the water to bathe and wash clothes, and the result will be a shortage of drinking water for the downstream community?’
  • 14) ‘In other news, I got to bathe in running water tonight!’
  • 15) ‘He is telling residents that it is OK to bathe with the water, but don't drink it.’
  • 16) ‘So great is my fear of water that I bathe only once a week, and only in the form of a brief shower, never in the bathtub.’
  • 17) ‘We have to rely on the generosity of neighbours with water tanks to get water to cook and bathe after a hard day's work.’
  • 18) ‘People bathe in the water, colourful saris and white dhotis fluttering in the breeze.’
  • 19) ‘Pagans bathe in salt water, burn sage, sweep away negative energy, etc., all in the belief they are ridding themselves or their sacred space of negativity.’
  • 20) ‘After a hard day's work, we bathe in salted water.’
  • 21) ‘For most of them, a room of their own, where they can bathe, wash their clothes and sleep in their own bed every night, with a fridge and a hot plate and a door they can lock, would be Eden.’
  • 22) ‘He then disappears suddenly before Jack and Ralph themselves go off to the water hole to bathe, assuming that Simon has gone there as well.’
  • 23) ‘Boiling water had been brought to the room before their arrival, and by the time they wanted to bathe, the water had cooled.’
  • 24) ‘I wish we were permitted to bathe in fresh water, but I suppose they do need to save it all for the sick.’
  • 25) ‘Residents used to bathe with the water but had to stop due to skin irritations.’
  • 26) ‘Children washed clothes and bathed in the waters.’
  • 27) ‘Once these people had barely enough water to drink or bathe in.’
  • 28) ‘It was very rare to obtain even a little hot water with which to bathe.’
  • 29) ‘Patients should bathe and wash their hair before they come into hospital.’
  • 30) ‘I can't wait to go home and bathe and wash my hair.’
  • 31) ‘These include some very sensible measures such as to shower rather than bathe and to use buckets rather than hosepipes when washing cars.’
  • 32) ‘Use cotton wool, or a pad for removing make-up, to soak up this mix and gently bathe the eyes.’
  • 33) ‘Hop Sing continued to gently bathe the wound; although there was little point it offered some comfort and hope to the young man.’
  • 34) ‘After meals, gently bathe the site with warm salt water (one teaspoon of table salt to a glass).’
  • 35) ‘Soak or bathe the affected part in vinegar or isopropyl alcohol for thirty minutes or until the pain is relieved.’
  • 36) ‘It was with this that Hannah gently bathed Riko's face and neck, then buttoned his pajama top back up when she had finished.’
  • 37) ‘The masseuse bathes my feet then unlocks a few facial pressure points while I succumb to the ambient flute music and scents of clove and ylang-ylang oil.’
  • 38) ‘She bathes the ulcerated foot of a small child at Madam Carr's orphanage.’
  • 39) ‘She bathes his feet and begins to move upward when Odysseus realizes that he has an old scar she will recognize.’
  • 40) ‘The feet should be bathed frequently and all areas around the toes dried thoroughly.’
  • 41) ‘Gavin was under the shade of a tree and Ariel brought cold water from the stream to bathe his head.’
  • 42) ‘He dipped the cloth into the warm water and softly bathed my sore feet.’
  • 43) ‘The women poured potions from several bottles and began gently to bathe and wash his body.’
  • 44) ‘If there is no bathtub, dissolve one ounce of Epsom salts in a pint of warm water and bathe the body all over with the mixture.’
  • 45) ‘Well I am exhausted and parts of me really hurt and I have to have some strange lady bathe me out of a bucket.’
  • 46) ‘At Mrs. J's direction, Sara propped his legs up on a couple of down pillows, covered him snugly and bathed his forehead with a cool washcloth.’
  • 47) ‘Anyway, with my terrier, sometimes I bathe her to wash the allergens off.’
  • 48) ‘In the naming ritual, the grandmother kneels and washes the mother's hair, then bathes the baby.’
  • 49) ‘No one ever taught me how to actually bathe a baby!’
  • 50) ‘Apparently there were stories about him telling the nannies, you know, and the nurses and things, how to bathe the children and so forth.’
  • 51) ‘The next morning, the nurses bathe her, feed her a tasty breakfast, and set her in a chair at a window overlooking a lovely flower garden.’
  • 52) ‘At night the couple share bedtime duties: Bill bathes the children, Yvonne gets them into their pajamas, and both tuck them into bed.’
  • 53) ‘Miss Gage, the nurse, talks while she bathes him and takes his temperature.’
  • 54) ‘While I bathe my children, I edit the Sunday bulletin.’
  • 55) ‘His coat was still grimy, but she would bathe him later.’
  • 56) ‘He also knew he would have to bathe her; hopefully Alexia would have something Isobel could wear for a bit.’
  • 57) ‘Some parents bathe their children separately in the interests of both safety and one-on-one time.’
  • 58) ‘She tells him that Odysseus will not come back and calls her maids in to bathe the beggar and give him finer clothing.’
  • 59) ‘Depending on your dog's lifestyle and breed, you will probably want to bathe him every month or two.’
  • 60) ‘How often you bathe your baby depends on the baby's age and the time of year.’
  • 61) ‘Billy takes the dog home, feeds him, bathes him, and gives him a place to sleep.’
  • 62) ‘We both play with her, make her meals, bathe her, put her to bed.’
  • 63) ‘I also used to wash her feet when I couldn't bathe her fully.’
  • 64) ‘Don't allow pets in areas where food is prepared or handled, and don't bathe your pet or clean aquariums in the kitchen sink or bathtub.’
  • 65) ‘We bring food, bathe them, cut their hair and clean their homes for them,’ Sinan said.’
  • 66) ‘After having your upholstery and carpeting cleaned, it is important to bathe your dog regularly to prevent this problem from recurring.’
  • 67) ‘I would land from time to time and swim and bathe in the lake and watch as white birds lifted from the water and soared off to the clouds.’
  • 68) ‘Summer now exists only as a vague memory, a time when all was warm and I bathed in lakes and pools and kissed and danced (possibly).’
  • 69) ‘Both men and donkeys stepped into the cool waters of the river, bathed and then spent some time under the green shady trees.’
  • 70) ‘What would happen if I went to bathe in that river?’
  • 71) ‘Failing that, there's always a lake to bathe in.’
  • 72) ‘Will he have to bathe in the river by the light of the full moon as well?’
  • 73) ‘Both men bathed in the lake, enjoying a good swim in the early morning sun, then broke their fast with the leftovers from dinner before packing up the plane to head back to the complex.’
  • 74) ‘Having just bathed ceremonially in the pool, men were drying their long, long hair in the sun.’
  • 75) ‘She climbed down the steps to bathe in the river, fully clad.’
  • 76) ‘As she went on to the creek and its pools where she could bathe, I took from my pack my Penguin edition of Don Quixote.’
  • 77) ‘Her inhabitants drive out to ski on slopes, to bathe in lakes, to climb to sacred sites.’
  • 78) ‘A million Hindus a year, from all over India, pilgrimage to this, the most sacred spot on India's most sacred river, to bathe in and to drink the water.’
  • 79) ‘It was held that one should not dig, bathe, swim or engage in anything in any activity on May Day, which might seem to have magical powers!’
  • 80) ‘I asked a woman who was bathing in the river, ‘Whose house is that on the riverbank?’’
  • 81) ‘In their time off, the soldiers bathed in the river and gratefully supplemented their tasteless rations with local fruit and cheeses given to them by thankful nuns from the convent they guarded.’
  • 82) ‘They bathe in a nearby river and then leave again.’
  • 83) ‘‘Fair enough,’ Troy answered and wandered outside the shelter to bathe in the river.’
  • 84) ‘The sea was just a half a mile south of the fort and some men made plans to bathe in its waters tomorrow, while others just wanted to drink and eat and remain by the fires.’
  • 85) ‘Finches love water and will bathe up to three times a day.’
  • 86) ‘Seton was but a small town, a fisherman's village where my friends and I would play and bathe in the waters.’
  • 87) ‘And at winter dusk, sky and snow are bathed in delicate colours which linger for hours.’
  • 88) ‘On a sunny Sunday that is unseasonably warm, the Pawson household is bathed in light and filled with the smell of roasting lamb.’
  • 89) ‘Kita was immediately bathed in a pool of white light.’
  • 90) ‘The New York Times reported on one such technique in which foods are bathed in a liquid solution of water and protein.’
  • 91) ‘Sunlight streamed in and bathed Kami with its glow.’
  • 92) ‘Night has fallen and the moon bathes him in a silvery glow.’
  • 93) ‘It bathes us in its own sad aura of humiliation, and makes us feel grimly disappointed.’
  • 94) ‘Wiley bathes his figures in a vibrant red glow, as if the background color were actually radiant.’
  • 95) ‘Tim stepped through into the light and allowed its warmth to bathe him.’
  • 96) ‘I asked Dr Nigam: ‘Do you really believe that a bathe in the Ganges can cancel out a lifetime of sin?’’
  • 97) ‘Odysseus tries to take neither a bathe nor bedding, but she insists.’
  • 98) ‘International Women's Day was marked in Moscow yesterday with a mass bathe.’
  • 99) ‘Coming back to Mooney Falls tired but triumphant at the end of the day, we had a last bathe in that pool and scampered up the cliff like mice.’
  • 100) ‘Seawater is believed to have healthful benefits, and many British Virgin Islanders start their morning with a ‘sea bathe.’’
  • 101) ‘She went down to the lakeshore for her own bathe.’
0

Use Linguix everywhere you write

Be productive and efficient, no matter where and what you write!

Linguix Apps

Get audience-specific corrections, access statistics, and view readability scores.

Browser Extensions

Get your writing checked on millions of websites, including Gmail, Facebook, and Google Docs.

Linguix Keyboard

Make your content read and look better on mobile.

MS Office add-ins

Download Linguix for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook to check grammar, punctuation, and style instantly right in your documents.

This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy