noun, plural toi·lettes [twah-lets, toi-; French twa-let] /twɑˈlɛts, tɔɪ-; French twaˈlɛt/.
Can be confusedtoilet toilette
Examples from the Web for toilette
Now, for my part, I do not believe one word of the pretty stories of the tears and the toilette.The History of Chivalry, Volume II (of 2)|Charles Mills
I dress as well as I can, but the room is just a tiny sitting-room; there are no facilities for making one's toilette.A Woman's Experience in the Great War|Louise Mack
"It is a great deal of useless trouble," said Helen, as she began the duties of the toilette.Tales And Novels, Volume 1 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
She expended more care and forethought in the preparation of a menu than of a toilette.The Child of Pleasure|Gabriele D'Annunzio
Certainly, or rather twice a day—morning and evening—at his toilette.Baron Trigault's Vengeance|Emile Gaboriau