Origin of ablution
OTHER WORDS FROM ablutionab·lu·tion·ar·y, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH ablutionablation, ablution
Words nearby ablution
How to use ablution in a sentence
Keeping the skin clean by daily ablution greatly aids in the escape of fluid during exercise.
He proceeds to the bathhouse to take his ablution, and thence to the synagogue, leaving the tailor all the while in his pocket.
Both bury their dead, and purify themselves by ablution in the nearest stream when the funeral procession is over.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies|Robert Gordon Latham
An agreeable and efficient adjunct after ablution, which I have already referred to, is oil.
He poured it over his head by way of ablution, strove to rise and renew the unequal fight, and sank back feebly.The Great Mogul|Louis Tracy