verb (used with object), bathed, bath·ing.
verb (used without object), bathed, bath·ing.
- the act of bathing, especially in the sea, a lake, or a river.
- a swimming bath.
Origin of bathe
Related formsre·bathe, verb, re·bathed, re·bath·ing.
Can be confusedbath bathe
Examples from the Web for bathe
Jasmin helps her transfer in and out of her wheelchair, get dressed, and bathe.
With little water and only a few hours of electricity a day they were unable to shower or bathe the 25 children in the apartment.Israel’s Campaign to Send Gaza Back to the Stone Age|Jesse Rosenfeld|July 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I remember getting up and going in to bathe him and dress him.Ireland’s ‘Mother and Baby Home’ Horror Goes Beyond Tuam’s Dead Infants|Patsy McGarry|June 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Women would first bathe their feet in a mixture of vinegar and natural vegetation.Corsets, Muslin Disease, and More of the Deadly Fashion Trends|The Fashion Beast Team|April 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When we get home from work we are already tired and the last thing we want to do is feed, bathe, play with a kid.Why I Choose to Be Child-Free: Readers Share Their Stories|Harry Siegel|February 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We went down to bathe stark naked, with the sunset glowing orange on our sunburnt limbs.At Suvla Bay|John Hargrave
Take a purgative, bathe with cold lotion, and exclude light to keep down inflammation.Mrs. Hale's Receipts for the Million|Sarah Josepha Hale
She took him to the table, and began to bathe the wounded forehead in cold water.Rollo's Experiments|Jacob Abbott
When the people go to bathe, they go into the water in the garment they happen to be wearing at the time.The Kingdom of the Yellow Robe|Ernest Young
Then bidding me stay where I was while he procured some water with which to bathe the wound, he left me and went forrard.The Beautiful White Devil|Guy Boothby