There we were, with our arms spread wide, trying to do Kundalini breathing techniques in her bathroom.
Finally, I find myself in the bathroom taking the longest hottest shower of my life.
The first time she cut back on her medications, she had a grand mal seizure in her bathroom and knocked out her front teeth.
When they try to wean themselves off the pills, they find it nearly impossible, at first, to go to the bathroom normally.
And also you can keep my book in the bathroom, which you can't with the Bible.
I should have to get that bathroom and piano in any case now.
But the left has a sitting-room and bedroom, with a bathroom between the two.
"Oh, please hand me something to put on," came the voice from the bathroom.
You will observe that she has fine rugs in her dressing room and bathroom.
Together they walked to the kitchen, the bedroom, the bathroom.
1780, from bath + room (n.). Originally a room with apparatus for bathing, used 20c. in U.S. as a euphemism for a lavatory and often noted as a word that confused British travelers. To go to the bathroom, euphemism for "relieve oneself; urinate, defecate," from 1920 (in a book for children), but typically used without regard for whether an actual bathroom is involved.