Recent Examples of bidet from the Web
Big Business,’ the site where a dangerous case of mistaken identity begins in ‘North by Northwest,’ and where Michael J. ‘Crocodile’ Dundee learns what a bidet is.
Chrissy's husband, John, explained where the toilet went—the couple were in the midst of having a new Japanese toilet with a bidet installed.
Kohler’s new Numi Intelligent toilet has hands-free flushing, bidet cleansing, odor control (the world has needed that one for a bit), music, feet warming, and automatic seat temperature management.
At home, in New York, my toilet is a Japanese Toto Washlet with heating and bidet functions.
To make ends meet, Nucla residents clean Telluride’s rental condos and help construct its elaborate mansions, with their enormous chandeliers and granite toilet seats and computerized bidets.
The hotels all had bidets, of course, much to the banal amusement and confusion of the adolescent boys in our group.
The couple bought things to make the van homier and more comfortable: a fruit basket, a travel bidet.
Many toilets in Japan come with multiple functions such as a seat warmer, deodorizer and bidet.
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Origin and Etymology of bidet
First Known Use: 1752See Words from the same year
BIDET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bidet for English Language Learners
: a bowl like a small toilet with faucets that is used for washing your bottom
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