Baths in a sentence

Definition of Baths

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bath | plural of bath | An enclosed public swimming pool; originally a place having individual cubicles where people without bathrooms could have a bath.

How to use Baths in a Sentence?

  • A new washhouse for these barracks has been erected, with shower baths and washing troughs.
  • Yesterday we were ordered not to use the waters of the Tigris, to-day the baths are denied us.
  • Blood baths for the cure of certain diseases were used in Egypt and mediaeval Europe.
  • We turned up from the Coliseum to the left, and entered a gate leading to the baths of Titus.
  • But 'tennyrate he wouldn't take the mud baths at Carlsbad, nor none of us did but Miss Meechim.
  • Accordingly on the third day the baths were brought to the chamber, and the lady occupied herself with filling them.
  • With freshly made hypo baths at a suitable temperature there is absolutely no danger of the paper frilling or blistering.
  • And this is repeated on the morning of each fourth day, till four baths have been taken in sixteen days.
  • We understand that these baths have been in operation for nine years, with a continual increase of reputation and number of visitors.
  • Hot baths for his hands and steam inhalations no longer had any beneficial effect, though they had alleviated his pain hitherto.
  • When the period of eruption is over, there is commonly less fever, and the packs and baths may be diminished.
  • The packs and baths should be continued, even when the patient cannot be prevailed upon to stay long enough in the packs to perspire.
  • A few large houses had baths of their own, but most people went every day to a great public bath which was a very gay place.
  • By working the tables at a certain rate, the baths are kept at the right temperature by the immersion of the red hot glass.
  • Fountains and fishponds, baths and open water channels, even in the hottest summer, still cool the favourite haunts.
  • The city was comparatively empty, all the so-called society being absent at the various spas or baths of Germany.
  • At Bischofswerda the complaints were that "shorts" were forbidden for football, and that baths were not allowed more than once daily.
  • No malaria in Egypt, though nigh by are sulphur baths for anybody that wants them, and also a cure for consumptive folks.
  • I went down to the sea, and going round the port, I went along the shore of the pretty bay where the baths are.
  • Some baths are appropriated solely to men; others, only to women; and others, again, to men during the forenoon, and in the afternoon to women.

Short Example Sentence for Baths

  • Pack and baths as the day before.
  • Were baths dedicated by the ancients?
  • How often should hot baths be taken and why?
  • Shower baths and hot water were available.
  • General baths were substituted for the partial ones.
  • Its baths were good for gout and rheumatism.
  • The baths are usually made slightly acid.
  • All hope of baths abandon ye who enter here.
  • The idea of pajamas or baths as necessities seems funny.
  • Those baths remove fat, and also skin-diseases.
  • These here baths and perfumery-soaps an' all ain't nature.
  • You certainly should go to the baths . . . .
  • There are shower baths with hot and cold water....
  • For different tints, these baths are worked at different temperatures.
  • After you leave the baths perhaps you will turn down Stabian Street.
  • I took three baths that afternoon before I felt civilised again....
  • Then to Carlsbad we will swing; Need the baths like everything!
  • We went on to the baths of Caracalla, the largest ruins of Rome.
  • The baths of Diocletian (which I visited to-day), covered an enormous space.
  • Mrs. Trollope has gone to the Baths of Lucca, and thus I have not seen her.

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