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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
toilet (noun)
1.
archaic - dressing table
2.
the act or process of dressing and grooming oneself
3.
a) (1) - bathroom lavatory
(2) - privy
b) a fixture that consists usually of a water-flushed bowl and seat and is used for defecation and urination
4.
cleansing in preparation for or in association with a medical or surgical procedure - pulmonary toilet
toilet (verb)
intransitive verb
1.
to dress and groom oneself
2.
transitive verb
to use the toilet - usually used of a child
1.
- dress garb
2.
to help (as a child or sick person) use the toilet
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
toilet (noun)
a room furnished with a fixture for flushing body waste
SYNONIMS:
bath, bathroom, bog, can, cloakroom, comfort station, convenience, head, john, latrine, lavatory, loo, potty, restroom, washroom, water closet
RELATED WORDS:
commode, pan [], pot; garderobe, jakes, outhouse, privy; half bath, powder room; ladies [], ladies' room, men's room
toilet (verb)
to outfit with clothes and especially fine or special clothes
SYNONIMS:
apparel, array, attire, bedeck, caparison, costume, deck (out), do up, dress, dress up, enrobe, garb, garment, get up, gown, habit, invest, rig (out), robe, suit, tog (up out), toilet, vesture
RELATED WORDS:
cloak, frock, jacket, mantle, vest; drape, enswathe, hap [], huddle, swaddle, swathe, wrap; accoutre ( accouter), bedight [], equip, furnish, habilitate, outfit, tailor, uniform; dress down, underdress
NEAR ANTONYMS:
denude, divest, uncover, undrape, unveil
disarray, disrobe, strip, unclothe, undress, untruss []
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