Bathing [verb]

Definition of Bathing:

wash with water and, usually, soap

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Sentence/Example of Bathing:

Katharine Hepburn, while a houseguest at Grant’s home, becomes absorbed in reading Sophocles while she’s taking a bath.

It’s also what makes Alka-Seltzer tablets or even bath bombs fizz when you drop them in a glass or tub.

To further link fluorescence with protection, the researchers soaked roundworms and individuals from a tardigrade species that isn’t resistant to UV light in a bath of glowing Paramacrobiotus extract.

Usually, I will pop off for dinner and bath time with the kiddo, and then once the kiddo is in bed, I generally pop back on for a few hours later.

Some typical items compared are lot size, square footage, number of bedrooms and baths, exterior features such as patios, decks and fencing, parking availability and features like central air conditioning and fireplaces.

This is a tray that everyone, even the bath naysayers, can enjoy.

I imagined you looking down after a bath through the railing upstairs.

The two women had no intention of bathing; they had just strolled down to the beach for a walk and to be alone and near the water.

He tells me several men have already been shot whilst bathing but there is no use trying to stop it: they take the off chance.

She was very amiable during the walk back, and raved much over Edna's appearance in her bathing suit.