Associations to the word «Toilet»
TOILET, noun. (archaic) Personal grooming; washing, dressing etc. [from 17th c.]
TOILET, noun. (now) (rare) One's style of dressing; dress, outfit. [from 18th c.]
TOILET, noun. (archaic) A dressing room. [from 19th c.]
TOILET, noun. Now specifically, a room or enclosed cubicle containing a lavatory, e.g. a bathroom or water closet (WC).
TOILET, noun. A lavatory or device for depositing human waste and then flushing it away with water. [from 20th c.]
TOILET, noun. Other similar devices, such as squat toilets, as in Japan or the Middle East.
TOILET, noun. (figuratively) A shabby or dirty place, especially a lounge/bar/pub/tavern. [from 20th c.]
TOILET, noun. (obsolete) A covering of linen, silk, or tapestry, spread over a table in a chamber or dressing room.
TOILET, noun. (obsolete) A dressing table.
TOILET, verb. (dated) To dress and groom oneself
TOILET, verb. To use the toilet, or assist (a child, etc.) in using the toilet
TOILET BABIES, noun. Plural of toilet baby
TOILET BABY, noun. (EMS slang) (rare) A neonate, fetus, or embryo; born or aborted in a bathroom, especially into a toilet bowl.
TOILET BOOK, noun. A book, generally factual but lightweight and humorous, written to be read in short, occasional bursts, such as when on the toilet.
TOILET BOOKS, noun. Plural of toilet book
TOILET BOWL, noun. Receptacle designed to receive the dejections of humans.
TOILET BOWLS, noun. Plural of toilet bowl
TOILET BRUSH, noun. A brush used to clean a toilet (the appliance which accepts human waste).
TOILET BRUSHES, noun. Plural of toilet brush
TOILET HUMOUR, noun. (euphemistic) A scatological or vulgar phrase intended to be amusing.
TOILET JACK, noun. Alternative term for plumber's snake
TOILET PAPER, noun. Paper, usually on a roll, to clean oneself after defecation, or to pat oneself dry after urination. (abbreviated TP)
TOILET PAPER, verb. (US) To cover someone's house (and trees and shrubs) with toilet paper or other similar paper product, often as a celebratory event, without the "victim's" knowledge. Sometimes also performed as an act of hazing.
TOILET PAPERED, verb. Simple past tense and past participle of toilet paper
TOILET PAPERING, verb. Present participle of toilet paper
TOILET PAPERS, verb. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of toilet paper
TOILET ROLL, noun. A roll of toilet paper.
TOILET ROLLS, noun. Plural of toilet roll
TOILET SEAT, noun. The hinged, contoured seat, often with a hinged cover, of a toilet
TOILET SEATS, noun. Plural of toilet seat
TOILET SLIPPER, noun. One of a pair of slippers worn in Japan when visiting the toilet and removed before returning to the rest of the house.
TOILET TABLE, noun. (dated) A dressing table
TOILET TABLES, noun. Plural of toilet table
TOILET TEACHING, noun. Synonym of toilet training.
TOILET TISSUE, noun. Toilet paper
TOILET TRAINING, noun. The act of training a young child to use the toilet to relieve himself, by urination and/or defecation.
TOILET TUBE, noun. The cardboard tube at the centre of a roll of toilet paper.
TOILET TUBES, noun. Plural of toilet tube
TOILET WATER, noun. A perfumed mixture of water and alcohol somewhat like cologne; eau de toilette.
TOILET WATERS, noun. Plural of toilet water
TOILET, noun. A room or building equipped with one or more toilets.
TOILET, noun. A plumbing fixture for defecation and urination.
TOILET, noun. Misfortune resulting in lost effort or money; "his career was in the gutter"; "all that work went down the sewer"; "pensions are in the toilet".
TOILET, noun. The act of dressing and preparing yourself; "he made his morning toilet and went to breakfast".
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