Definition of restroom
: a room or suite of rooms in a public space providing toilets and lavatories : a public bathroom
Examples of restroom in a Sentence
I wasn't feeling well and had to make a number of trips to the restroom.
Recent Examples of restroom from the Web
But others hid in restrooms and gambling rooms, where they were overcome by smoke.
In late April, a Delta Air Lines passenger said he was kicked off a plane for using the restroom.
But the enclosure is apparently plenty big for use of a personal restroom.
Modern amenities include brick-and-mortar restrooms, artisan market areas, stalls leased to food vendors and a play area for kids.
Auchettl and his partners, Dan Lowenstein, Jason Grauten, spent about $1 million developing the first Quartyard, using several shipping containers to create a coffee shop, beer garden and bar, cafe, restrooms, office and dog park.
The new clubhouse will be part of an 80-acre area that will include picnic areas, shelters, a large pavilion, restrooms, playground, gardens, 3.75 miles of paved trails, tennis courts and ponds.
There's no Wi-Fi and no electricity, and no fixed restroom.
Officers found the man dead of a gunshot wound inside the restroom.
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First Known Use of restroom
RESTROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of restroom for English Language Learners
: a room in a public place with a sink and toilet
RESTROOM Defined for Kids
Definition of restroom for Students
: a room with a toilet and sink
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