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  • She then set him to stand guard at her door while she bathed.
  • Four days after the birth, the child was given a second bath and a name.
  • Process in hot water bath for twenty minutes and then cool and store. Cited from Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book, by Mary A. Wilson
  • Public baths have also become incorporated into the social system as meeting places.
  • Place in a hot-water bath and process for one hour. Cited from Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book, by Mary A. Wilson
  • She bathed for a long time, a longer time than was good for her. Cited from Happy Pollyooly, by Edgar Jepson
  • I don't know how many years I got bathed by a big girl.
  • The lead character trains and bathes under the falls before his final fight.
  • Bath has changed little since the colonial and early federal period.
  • Jack was bathed in love and crossed over just a few minutes ago.
  • The girl advanced and stood silent before her, her face being bathed in tears. Cited from Japanese Literature, by Various
  • I feel one with the water of the lake where he bathes. Cited from The Fugitive, by Rabindranath Tagore
  • She came to him and gave him water from a near-by stream and bathed his face. Cited from Sandman's Goodnight Stories, by Abbie Phillips Walker
  • Could he ever forget the morning he had bathed in those fresh waters! Cited from Henrietta Temple, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • Process in hot water bath for fifteen minutes and then cool and store. Cited from Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book, by Mary A. Wilson
  • She might as well have asked the mountain to come down and be bathed in the sea. Cited from Hubert's Wife, by Minnie Mary Lee
  • The hot-water bath is very hot, and the joint should be very red on taking it out. Cited from The Mother and Her Child, by William S. Sadler and Lena K. Sadler
  • He was a prominent figure by the time he settled briefly in Bath.
  • Each man was bathed in a particular colour light: red, blue and green.
  • The stage was bathed in deep blue light, and she played a piano.
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Meaning of bath

  • noun A vessel containing liquid in which something is immersed (as to process it or to maintain it at a constant temperature or to lubricate it)
    she soaked the etching in an acid bath
  • noun You soak and wash your body in a bathtub
    he has a good bath every morning
  • noun An ancient hebrew liquid measure equal to about 10 gallons
  • noun A town in southwestern england on the river avon; famous for its hot springs and roman remains