That came when he chose to review the restaurant I used to work at sheerly because I called him a douche bag.
To be clear, the fact that he was being used did not make the kid any less of a douche.
The idea suggested by her brother's words was like a douche of cold water.
I have built a douche, and am to go on through all the winter, frost or no frost.
This will ensure a good head of water, and make the douche a formidable affair.
And if there is any period when a woman needs a douche it is during menstruation.
Again Regina felt that curious sensation of a douche of cold water administered over her entire person.
The water employed in the douche must be cold, but it need not be icy cold.
Demulcent and astringent lotions may be applied by douche, spray, or gargle.
One lived in the world, the world did this and that; but this douche of cold water was bracing.
1766, "jet of water," from French douche (16c.), from Italian doccia "shower," from docciare "to spray," from Latin ductionem "a leading," from ducere "to lead" (see duke (n.)). Meaning "vaginal cleansing" is from 1833. The verb is first attested 1838. Related: Douched; douching.
A stream of water, often containing medicinal or cleansing agents, that is applied to a body part or cavity for hygienic or therapeutic purposes.
An instrument for applying a douche.