flush toilet

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Synonyms for flush toilet

a toilet that is cleaned of waste by the flow of water through it

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There will continue to be marked rise in the household penetration of flush toilets in the forecast period, with an increase of almost three percentage points to 12% of households in 2019.
He could not say with certainty what was the exact date of Worcester's first flush toilet, but he did unearth one interesting item from a book titled "All the Modern Conveniences.
The slow progress made by flush toilet, meanwhile, can be easily attributed to the absence of glamour in it.
Crapper did not invent the flush toilet but improvised the existing water closet appliance prevalent in 19th century Britain.
More than 40% of the world's population lack access to proper sanitation facilities, but shiny white flush toilets won't solve the problem, warns a new book, The Last Taboo: Opening the Door on the Global Sanitation Crisis.
English Elizabethan courtier, translator, author, and wit who also invented a type of flush toilet.
Another low flush toilet features a demand flush lever that allows the user to determine the amount of water per flush.
Duo Flush Toilet Conversion: Scott Cooke, Forest Plaza, Campus Management
A flush toilet was first described by British writer James Harington, in his 1896 book "A New Discourse upon a Stale Subject: The Metamorphosis of Ajax.
6 gallons per flush toilet (includes removal of existing toilet): Materials only: $200 Contractor's total, including materials, labor and markup: $470 Costs are national averages and do not include sales tax.
We will have a flush toilet to pass code and then install the sawdust toilet later.
Duo Flush Toilet Conversion: Jabbo Tinker, Riverchase, Olympus Properties
I've never run out of water and do have a flush toilet septic system.
The Controllable Flush toilet handle operates in two modes.