Definition of ablutionary in English:



humorous, formal
  • See ablution

    • ‘On the wedding morning, various ablutionary rituals are performed on both the bride and the groom in their own homes.’
    • ‘The motorhome must be designed to completely meet the ablutionary and sanitary needs of the occupants for at least three days.’
    • ‘The tombs stand on the same platform as a white mosque and virtually in its forecourt, separated from it only by the obligatory ablutionary pond reflecting both the tombs and the mosque.’
    • ‘This invention concerns water outlets such as shower heads and water spouts for ablutionary devices or appliances.’
    • ‘The door to my room had in fact been shifted a yard forward to give me exclusive use of this less than desirable ablutionary facility.’