What is another word for bathes?

Pronunciation: [bˈe͡ɪðz] (IPA)

The word "bathes" refers to the act of washing or immersing oneself in water. This process has synonyms that can add variety to written or spoken communication. The most common synonym for "bathes" is "showers." This term refers to the act of washing oneself using a showerhead. It is commonly used as a replacement for baths, as they are quicker and more efficient. Another synonym for "bathes" is "soaks." This term refers to the act of submerging oneself in water for a specific period, with the intention of cleaning or relaxing. "Swims," "dips," and "wades" are also synonyms for "bathes" and relate to water activities.

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    • Verb, 3rd person singular present
      basks.

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Usage examples for Bathes

After she has been magically bathed, he bathes, and this, apparently, is symbolical of his purification in the Otherworld.
"The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries"
W. Y. Evans Wentz
Meanwhile I will give my definitions: Poetry is not a department of literature in the sense that the novel or the essay or the drama is, but is an atmosphere which bathes literature whenever ecstasy and emotion are present.
"The Literature of Ecstasy"
Albert Mordell
When the osmotic tension of the solution which bathes the cell is identical with that of the cellular juice, there is no change in the volume of the protoplasm.
"The Mechanism of Life"
Stéphane Leduc

Famous quotes with Bathes

  • Youth is in a grand flush, like the hot days of ending summer; and pleasant dreams thrall your spirit, like the smoky atmosphere that bathes the landscape of an August day.
    Donald G. Mitchell
  • The universe does not care whether man unlocks its secrets or leaves them closed. Water does not care whether man bathes in it or drowns in it; whether it waters his fields or washes them away. If man masters its laws and utilizes his knowledge, water becomes a force in his favor. But enemy or servant, water does not care.
    Mark Clifton

Related words: shower, bathing, showering, the shower

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