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  • s  cleansing the body by washing; especially ritual washing of e.g. hands
    ablutionary rituals

  • There were indeed some ablutionary gestures in the council but was not enough to resolve the problem between the two parties.
  • In a survey of Corporate world's ablutionary habits, 30% said going to the bathroom was the only place they get time to themselves.
  • Imagine the reawakening of your long-dormant soul, as you get into the shower, expecting another predictably mundane ablutionary ritual, only to be shocked out of your rut by ice-cold water, seemingly treated with some hi-tech process enabling water to achieve temperatures tens of degrees below zero and yet remain a liquid.

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