slipper bath

  1. a bath in the shape of a slipper, with a covered end

  2. history (plural) an establishment where members of the public paid to have a bath

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How to use slipper bath in a sentence

  • It resembles a slipper-bath in form, is covered with yellow parchment, gaily painted, and drawn by four fine wolf-like dogs.

    The Big Otter | R.M. Ballantyne
  • A double-doored lobby is formed in the latter apartment, and the slipper bath used as ordinarily.

    The Turkish Bath | Robert Owen Allsop
  • If the reader were to harness four dogs to a slipper-bath, he would have a fair idea of a dog-cariole and team.

    The Red Man's Revenge | R.M. Ballantyne
  • The cariole is in form not unlike a slipper bath, both in shape and size.

    Hudson Bay | R.M. Ballantyne
  • Two or three boilers, and a few cooking utensils, with a slipper bath, are really the chief and most expensive things required.