verb (used without object), u·ri·nat·ed, u·ri·nat·ing.
- urinary stress incontinence,
- urinary stuttering,
- urinary system,
- urinary tract,
- urinary tract infection,
- urine analysis,
- uriniferous tubule
Origin of urinate
Examples from the Web for urination
Summonses for low-level offenses like public drinking and urination fell 94 percent—from 4,831 to 300.
We never actually see the end to his urination—“Evacuation (eternally not) complete.”
While it might be lesser-known, the urination scene in this film is undoubtedly the most memorable part.
Director Lee Daniels stormed the festival with The Paperboy—and its buzzy Nicole Kidman urination scene.Lee Daniels: Cannes Film Festival’s Mischief Maker|Richard Porton|May 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Two small openings roughly equal to the diameter of a matchstick are left for urination and menstruation respectively.
Just when urination becomes a voluntary act depends upon the development and training of the individual child.The Eugenic Marriage, Volume IV. (of IV.)|Grant Hague
He complained of exquisite pain on urination, increased at the close, recurring every half hour.
And for the same reason it should always be changed immediately after urination or a movement of the bowels.Sex|Henry Stanton
Urination should be regularly suggested to the child before he goes to bed and when he wakes in the morning.Montessori Elementary Materials|Maria Montessori
The tissue is unusually sensitive, this condition being often indicated by a slight smarting in urination.Plain Facts for Old and Young|John Harvey Kellogg
1590s, from Medieval Latin urinatus, past participle of urinare, from urina (see urine). Related: Urinated; urinating.