bathtub bathtub  /ˈbæθ təb/


  • (n) a relatively large open container that you fill with water and use to wash the body



  1. The lock lay like a tremendous, zebra-striped bathtub for Paul Bunyan.
  2. Floridians, who tend to be casual about their state reptile, were suddenly hypervigilant to a danger that seemed to be lurking in every body of freshwater bigger than a bathtub.
  3. During a road trip, Arenas filled teammate Andray Blatche's hotel bathtub with coffee.


  1. Munday on Monday: Bathtub fixture

    I’m way too embarrassed to ask how to turn on the bathtub water in an unfamiliar bathroom.
    on June 24, 2013     Source: The Kansas City Star

  2. Vigil held for toddler found unresponsive in bathtub

    The family of Knowledge Carter Ducksworth is mourning the loss of their 2-year-old. Just days after the child reportedly drowned in a bathtub, family, friends, and the community remembered the toddler at a candlelight vigil.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: WLBT 3 Jackson

  3. BRF homicide victim shot, found in bathtub

    The victim in the Black River Falls homicide case was shot in the head and found dead in the bathtub of her apartment, authorities revealed today.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Jackson County Chronicle

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  1. "If you're going to dismember someone in a porcelain bathtub, you're going to leave some marks," Tacopina said.
    on Apr 16, 2007 By: Joe Tacopina Source: FOX News

  2. "Actually, no, I slept in," Rice said, laughing. "I've been having a bit of a break from training. But it's pretty cool, considering I used to sit in the bathtub and read those when I was younger."
    on Oct 16, 2008 By: Stephanie Rice Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "Nate's first half, I don't know how much better he can get," Brown said. "It looks like the basket's a bathtub. That was pretty spectacular. I put our best defender on him and Nate lost him a few times. And then he gets a putback during that...
    on Nov 5, 2008 By: Larry Brown Source: International Herald Tribune

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