Examples from the Web for urinal
This is not the same thing that artists have been doing since Duchamp hung a urinal on a wall and called it art.
Even their drinking fountain is famous: a urinal Papa lugged home in a stupor from his favorite bar.The Cat's Meow: Top 10 Destinations for Feline Fanatics|Lonely Planet|December 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Daily Pic: Everything the pop master made pointed back to Duchamp's urinal.
Keep the night-stool and urinal ready for whenever he calls, and take it back when done with.Early English Meals and Manners|Various
They are represented in deep consultation upon the contents of an urinal.
Death habited as a modern beau, with chapeau-bras, brings his urinal to the Doctor for inspection.The Dance of Death|Francis Douce
A urinal made of two long boards joined together to form a V-shaped trough and drained by a pipe into the pit completes the whole.Military Instructors Manual|James P. Cole and Oliver Schoonmaker
He replied timidly that he wanted the urinal, and when the orderly hurried to him bringing it, he was dead.The New Book Of Martyrs|Georges Duhamel
British Dictionary definitions for urinal
Word Origin and History for urinal
late 13c., "glass vial to receive urine for medical inspection," from Old French urinal, from Late Latin urinal, from Latin urinalis (adj.) "relating to urine," from urina (see urine). Meaning "chamber pot" is from late 15c. Modern sense of "fixture for urinating (for men)" is attested from 1851.