[ UK /ɹˈɛstɹuːm/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɛsˌtɹum/ ]
NOUN
  1. a toilet that is available to the public
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How To Use restroom In A Sentence

  • Sue walked down the aisle towards the restroom.
  • Wash your hands after visits to the restrooms and breakrooms and also remember that shopping and any trips to public places can result in exposure to infections.
  • All airline restrooms have been retrofitted with glass doors to allow flight attendants to ‘check up on passengers who may need assistance.’
  • Many renovated and new restrooms are including automatic sensors to control faucets and toilets.
  • On my way up to the restrooms a women stopped me and said her friend almost "bopped" me because she thought I was Adam. mjsbigblog
  • The facade had brick stairwells at regular intervals, which also housed elevators and restrooms for the workers.
  • She opened a drawer in the restroom cabinet, moved aside a curling iron and a hairbrush, and stared with a long face at the coin nestled among the hair pens and mascara wands.
  • The closest restroom is several hundred feet away. No. 8: Out in left field in Houston's Crawford Boxes
  • Unfortunately, that business about the back door and the special restroom is probably too true of more than half the Republipimps, Cons, Neo-Cons, Tea Baggoids, and all of Dookie. Think Progress » Congressional GOP wants to keep Steele ‘out of sight, out of mind.’
  • I hammered on the door of my brother's room and later on the restroom door.
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