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Synonyms for bathtub

a relatively large open container that you fill with water and use to wash the body

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She said it is extremely dangerous to leave children unattended in a bathtub as they can drown even in a few inches of water.
Bobbi Kristina Brown, Houston's daughter, was also found unconscious with her face down in a bathtub in 2015.
These categories include bathroom & pedestal sinks, bathroom accessories & hardware, bathtubs & Whirlpool tubs, and showers & shower accessories.
But it has only one bathroom, with the famous bathtub.
Additionally, approximately 1,000 new tie-backs along the Bathtub walls were necessary to stabilize the structure.
Her lawyer told Judge Idris bin Mansour the maid died after falling into the bathtub.
The Archbishop went on to say that he needed the bathtub for hydro massage therapy, claiming that he could barely walk.
Apparently it had belonged to a local man who decided that a novel way of getting to a neighbouring island was by bathtub, hence the outboard motor.
In the final chapters, the author threads the title nicely into the storyline by using the metaphor of the bathtub nicely as a reference to the lake.
The snake crept up from the ground to the service porch, and entered into the bathtub.
The 'Bad Romance' singer revealed a completely naked snap of her clicked by an unseen photographer which showed the singer curled up sideways in a bathtub filled with filthy green water, with her face nearly submerged, the Daily Star reported.
Once the plants are visible, lay newspaper around the plants, and completely cover the entire bathtub shape, allowing newspaper to hang over the edge of the bathtub a few inches, as shown in the photo above.
The Bathtub belongs to a world that borders on the apocalypse, a place at once fantastical and all too authentic.
Well," he said, "we fill up a bathtub, then we offer that person a teaspoon, a teacup and a bucket and tell him or her to empty the bathtub.
In 2010, the Michigan Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation program conducted an investigation into the death of a bathtub refinisher who used a methylene chloride--based paint stripping product marketed for use in aircraft maintenance.