washroom

[wosh-room, -room, wawsh-]
noun
a room having washbowls and other toilet facilities.

Origin:
1800–10, Americanism; wash + room

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washroom (ˈwɒʃˌruːm, -ˌrʊm)
 
n
1.  a room, esp in a factory or office block, in which lavatories, washbasins, etc, are situated
2.  (US), (Canadian) a euphemism for lavatory

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Example sentences
He went through the kitchen into the adjoining washroom, which held two
  porcelain stands with running water.
She pushed him off, ran to the washroom, and returned to find him standing
  there bewildered.
Perhaps you can use a small towel, moistened and with soap in the mens'
  washroom to swab down before you put on a fresh shirt.
On-site facilities include a pool, laundry room, washroom and recreation room.
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