rest room

noun
rooms or a room having a washbowl, toilet, and other facilities for use by employees, visitors, etc., as in a store, theater, or office.
Also, restroom.


Origin:
1895–1900, Americanism

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rest room
 
n
a room in a public building having lavatories, washing facilities, and sometimes couches

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Example sentences
All he does is sleep, eat and go to the restroom and he cant even breathe well.
The punch line is much sooner than later they will have to use the restroom.
Trundling around the slippery path to the restroom in inflexible, moulded ski
  boots is far from comfortable.
Everybody needs to visit the restroom once in a while.
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