[ toi-lit pey-per ]
/ ˈtɔɪ lɪt ˌpeɪ pər /
Also called toi·let tis·sue, bath·room tis·sue . a soft, lightweight, sanitized paper used in bathrooms for personal cleansing after elimination.
verb (used with or without object) Sometimes toi·let-pa·per .
to cover a house, a tree, or other structure, usually on someone’s home property, with strips of toilet paper, as a prank: Toilet papering the chief of police’s car was a risky choice—you’re going to get fined for littering or trespassing if he catches you.
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Also TP, t.p. [tee-pee] /ˈtiˈpi/
Origin of toilet paper
First recorded in 1880–85
Words nearby toilet paper
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Example sentences from the Web for toilet paper
Knowing how to turn a toilet-paper roll and three bucks' worth of parts into a camera-detector is just good sense.
I went into the bathroom and took off the toilet-paper roll and replaced it with a fresh one.
British Dictionary definitions for toilet paper
thin absorbent paper, often wound in a roll round a cardboard cylinder (toilet roll), used for cleaning oneself after defecation or urination
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