One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘A plastic mug stands by the washbowl when I brush my teeth.’
- ‘Each barrack had its own toilet facilities and large communal wash bowls like the two shown above.’
- ‘To the left were a chest, chair, and the washbowl.’
- ‘Two communal wash bowls are in the barracks.’
- ‘I also saw a museum there with heaps the royal families jewels, gold wash bowls and spitoons.’
- ‘He placed the washed bowls on the floor.’
- ‘The a colleague of mine, rinsed her hands in bowl, and then I realized that I was staring at a wash bowl.’
- ‘Then I made the room into a bunker, concreting the door into place and putting in a toilet, washbowl, bed, cooker and fridge.’
- ‘Cari-anne got up and washed her face off in the wash bowl by the window and looked out.’
- ‘The other furniture was a washbowl and washstand.’
- ‘They get a phone call, and 24 hours later, they have packed up their spare sari and their washbowl, and they're gone.’
- ‘Mini-kitchens don't need big sinks, but it's a good idea to equip the sink with a tall faucet so you can easily fill pitchers and wash bowls.’
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