Examples of restroom in a Sentence
I wasn't feeling well and had to make a number of trips to the restroom.
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Even the restrooms feature images of Milwaukee's brewing past and maybe a couple of its present brewing state.
To most people, the name Dyson conjures up images of vacuum cleaners and those powerful air dryers in public restrooms.
Last year, a mom named Karina Gomez from Portland, Oregon, shared on Facebook that, during a recent trip to Marshalls, an employee had denied her access to a dressing room to feed her daughter and instead directed her to the ladies' restroom.
Since 1962, they had been forced to use the restroom inside the women’s reading room.
The restroom at the Tiki Room is good for families, too.
The Cheltenham cheerleading coach was afraid to let his squad use the restroom.
The tragedy of the 8-year-old’s death became complicated in the spring when his mother learned that one of 31 security cameras around Carson Elementary captured an incident at the entry of a school restroom two days before the boy’s death.
But the state has seen its share of political anxiety over the past years with the former governor signing a controversial bathroom bill, which limited use of restrooms to two years ago.
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First Known Use of restroom
Synonymsbath, bathroom, bog [British], can, cloakroom [British], comfort station, convenience [chiefly British], head, john, latrine, lavatory, loo [chiefly British], potty, toilet, washroom, water closet
Related Wordscommode, pan [British], pot; garderobe, jakes, outhouse, privy; half bath, powder room; ladies [chiefly British], ladies' room, men's room
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