bathhouse bathhouse


  1. (n) a building containing dressing rooms for bathers
  2. (n) a building containing public baths



  1. Spirited Away, Miyazaki's masterpiece, is set in a spectral bathhouse.
  2. The day after his election, he showed up at a public bathhouse in Seoul, saying that his house didn't have hot water.
  3. A lonely girl wanders into a bathhouse run by ghosts in this vigorous delight from the master of Eastern animation.


  • Southington to repair Memorial Park bathhouse

    SOUTHINGTON — This summer, the Memorial Park bathhouse will undergo some roof repairs to fix some leaks that worsened during the winter.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: The Record-Journal


  1. "It's an ambitious play in terms of its physical size," McNally explains. "A small theater can't do it. There's close to 30 people in it, a lot of people with one or two lines. You can't say it's a bathhouse and only have the principals on...
    on Oct 13, 2007 By: Terrence McNally Source: FOXNews

  2. "Murad Khane is first historic settlement on the north bank of the Kabul River. It was founded in the mid-18th century, it is a classic miniature Islamic city. We have here two mosques a public bathhouse, two shrines, and a lot of trades and...
    on Oct 19, 2006 By: Rory Stewart Source: Voice of America

  3. Commenting on her letter, Ceredigion AM Elin Jones said: "With the continued uncertainty with regards to the Bathhouse development in Cardigan, it's essential that the Hywel Dda NHS Trust now starts to urgently consider other possible sites for the...
    on Jul 13, 2008 By: Elin Jones Source: Tivyside Advertiser

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