Origin of washbowl
Also called wash·ba·sin [wosh-bey-suh n, wawsh-] /ˈwɒʃˌbeɪ sən, ˈwɔʃ-/.
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Examples from the Web for washbowl
While Peterson was splashing in the washbowl, Bannon took his turn at the mirror.Calumet 'K'
"A tempest in our washbowl," he wrote coolly to Carlyle, but it was more than that.The American Spirit in Literature,
Quickly, he ran water into the washbowl and washed his hands and face.The Eye of Wilbur Mook
H. B. Hickey
In one corner was a stand with a washbowl and pitcher of water.The Mystery at Putnam Hall
Arthur M. Winfield
The other opens into a nice little closet where there is a washbowl and water, and you can take a bath comfortably.Nelly's Silver Mine
Helen Hunt Jackson