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In her new post, Ciara zooms in on a giffy Sienna playing in bathwater while smiling up at the camera.
For this child of Southern California, the Caribbean island is enchanting: the green-throated lizards, the mango trees, the sea as warm as bathwater, the music.
There's a real risk that in the resulting backlash, the baby will get thrown out with the bathwater.
Reviewers are writing that the products not only smell delicious but also turn their bathwater beautiful colors.
In Jelly Bomb form, Snow Fairy packs the same sweet scent and transforms bathwater into a pretty bubblegum pink hue.
And Demi never seemed to physically react to anything: the feeling of bathwater, or the Moro reflex test.
Then, in 1959, miners working coal seams broke through the bed of the Susquehanna river, which flowed into the caverns below like bathwater swirling down a plughole.
But as soon as the storm emerges from Cuba and moves north, the bathwater-like temperatures of the Gulf of Mexico are likely to cause intensification.
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Definition of bathwater for English Language Learners
: water used for a bath
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