a room having washbowls and other toilet facilities.
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How to use washroom in a sentence
I am seeing basement renovations, installations of washrooms, additional bathrooms in lower levels and reducing the size of a lower-level garage to include more living space, since there is also off-street parking in the driveway.
For radicals, film nuts, guys who draw on the washroom wall—my kind of people.Mel Brooks Is Always Funny and Often Wise in This 1975 Playboy Interview | Alex Belth | February 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
At one dinner party in the Village, one guest who everyone knew was positive went to the washroom.
After the milk was gone, Mary lifted up my box, and carried me into the washroom that was off the kitchen.Beautiful Joe | Marshall Saunders
Beyond, along the far wall, were the washroom and locker room and lunch room of the workmen.Day of the Moron | Henry Beam Piper
Charles walked from the washroom to the line of passengers across the floor.The Syndic | C.M. Kornbluth
I believe it had something to do with Scarlett's being locked out of the Sanctuary, or washroom, by previous arrivals.Futuria Fantasia, Spring 1940 | Various
Yet that girl left the washroom or laundry when she came to school this morning, and will return to it when the school day closes.
British Dictionary definitions for washroom
a room, esp in a factory or office block, in which lavatories, washbasins, etc, are situated
US and Canadian a euphemism for lavatory
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