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lavatory

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bathroom

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An Indian toilet is an operation of some toil and trouble; the warrior often has to paint himself from head to foot, and is extremely capricious and difficult to please, as to the hideous distribution of streaks and colors.
Next morning, therefore, I not only fortified myself with as substantial a breakfast as my excited feelings would allow me to swallow, but I bestowed a little more than usual time and care upon my toilet; and, furnished with a change of linen from my small carpet-bag, well-brushed clothes, well-polished boots, and neat new gloves, I mounted 'The Lightning,' and resumed my journey.
So making a hasty toilet, I went into the other room.
There is not even a toilet glass on my table, and I had to get the little shaving glass from my bag before I could either shave or brush my hair.
They were cruel and graceful; they searched and rummaged maliciously in her poor and silly toilet of spangles and tinsel.
"No doubt your toilet is a little extravagant and wild, but what difference does that make with such a charming damsel as yourself?"
The valet led Felton through a large hall in which waited the deputies from La Rochelle, headed by the Prince de Soubise, and introduced him into a closet where Buckingham, just out of the bath, was finishing his toilet, upon which, as at all times, he bestowed extraordinary attention.
At that moment Buckingham was throwing upon a couch a rich toilet robe, worked with gold, in order to put on a blue velvet doublet embroidered with pearls.
The Japanese screen half-folded back showed a delicate toilet service of blue and white set forth on a marble slab, and near by was the great bath-pan, with Turkish towels and a sponge as big as Rose's head.
"Oh me, what a sweet toilet table!" was her next mental exclamation, as she approached this inviting spot.
But in Anne's room the blind was drawn and the lamp lighted, for an important toilet was being made.
There was no "mahogany furniture," but there was a white-painted bookcase filled with books, a cushioned wicker rocker, a toilet table befrilled with white muslin, a quaint, gilt-framed mirror with chubby pink Cupids and purple grapes painted over its arched top, that used to hang in the spare room, and a low white bed.
Completely attired as to his legs and feet in the trimmest fashion of the day, he had yet the remainder of his toilet to perform.
Do take my advice now, and be careful of yourself.' With these words he turned to the glass again, and went on with his toilet.