from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A fixture for defecation and urination, consisting of a bowl fitted with a hinged seat and connected to a waste pipe and a flushing apparatus; a privy.
- n. A room or booth containing such a fixture.
- n. The act or process of dressing or grooming oneself.
- n. Dress; attire; costume.
- n. The cleansing of a body area as part of a surgical or medical procedure.
- n. Archaic A dressing table.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Now specifically, a room or enclosed cubicle containing a lavatory, e.g., a bathroom or water closet (w.c.).
- n. Other similar devices, such as squat toilets, as in Japan or the Middle East.
- n. A covering of linen, silk, or tapestry, spread over a table in a chamber or dressing room.
- n. A dressing table.
- v. To dress and groom oneself
- v. To use the toilet, or assist (a child etc) in using the toilet
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A covering of linen, silk, or tapestry, spread over a table in a chamber or a dressing room.
- n. A dressing table.
- n. Act or mode of dressing, or that which is arranged in dressing; attire; dress.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A room designed as a dressing-room, especially one provided with facilities for bathing; in a restricted sense, a bath-room or water-closet.
- n. A cloth, generally of linen.
- n. Hence An article made of linen or other Cloth.
- n. A cover for a dressing-table, or for the articles set upon it. Now called toilet-cover.
- n. A bag or cloth case for holding clothing, etc.
- n. Hence The articles, collectively, used in dressing, as a mirror, bottles, boxes, brushes, and combs, set upon the dressing-table; a toilet-service.
- n. A dressing-table furnished with a mirror: more commonly called toilet-table.
- n. The process of dressing; formerly, specifically, the dressing and powdering of the hair, during which women of fashion received callers.
- n. The dress and make-up of a person; as, his toilet was not irreproachable; also, any particular costume: as, a toilet of white silk: in the last sense chiefly used by writers of “fashion articles.”
- n. In surgery, the cleansing of the part after an operation, especially in the peritoneal cavity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. misfortune resulting in lost effort or money
- n. a room or building equipped with one or more toilets
- n. the act of dressing and preparing yourself
- n. a plumbing fixture for defecation and urination
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I eat dinner by lantern and my toilet is a cement hole in the yard.
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Only kidding. .we do have both kinds. .just depends how old the toilet is and where you are.
A scented candle near the toilet is a good idea (if you have a safe non-flammable place to put it), encouraging your older boys to get into the habit of lighting it at the appropriate time really helps.
Clearly, using the Koran FOR a toilet is okay, putting it IN a toilet is a goddamn lie and harms the cause of freedom and that never happened anyway, so stop saying that.
This is also where the word toilet, meaning a water closet, sprang into existence.