bathing machine

  1. a building containing dressing rooms for bathers
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How To Use bathing machine In A Sentence

  • Several handsome rows of houses have been erected and bathing machines established. The Sun
  • Victorian ladies did not suddenly emerge from bathing machines in thongs. Times, Sunday Times
  • As a last resort, we could try bringing back 18th-century bathing machines - funny little huts on wheels, in which ladies were trundled into the surf and decanted into the sea with their modesty intact.
  • The bathing machine once ran down grooves in a concrete slip that led into the sea. Times, Sunday Times
  • The successor to the horse-drawn bathing machine, the beach hut was developed in the mid-20th century principally as a changing room. Times, Sunday Times
  • And that reminds me that the decorum of sea-bathing in the 'fifties was promoted by the apparatus known as the awning, attached to bathing machines. Mr. Punch`s history of modern England, Volume I -- 1841-1857
  • Beach standards have become impossibly high since the days when most sins of the flesh could be concealed inside a bathing machine. Times, Sunday Times
  • But she's not around any more, so commoners can check out her bathing machine and the alcove where she used to sit and sketch. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their tireless propaganda for clothes-free sun exposure helped to make bathing machines and woollen one-pieces a thing of the past. Times, Sunday Times
  • His unquenchable enthusiasm sees crescents and terraces, a hotel and a library, and bathing machines.
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