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.
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.
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