relieve oneself

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A facility to sit down and relieve oneself, screened by a curtained enclosure (rather than a theatrical cape wielded by an attendant), would have been particularly suited to female members of an audience.
It permits one to find their true self, relieve oneself of the fear of age and come face-to-face with one's inner beauty," he said.
With all that pre-race hydrating comes the need to relieve oneself.
Daniel of Beccles had written his marvellous etiquette reference work The Book of the Civilised Man in which he advises people where it is and isn't appropriate to urinate (it was considered rude to relieve oneself in the hall.
The desire to spare the family and loved ones from such burdens is clearly judged as a more important reason to die than to relieve oneself of the suffering brought on by a debilitated body.