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bathe

verb To wash by immersion; to subject to a bath.
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It does not count that they are going to bathe this afternoon.
Race you round it, then," cried Freddy, and they raced in the sunshine, and George took a short cut and dirtied his shins, and had to bathe a second time.
If they'll wake me I'll come and bathe with them," said Philip.
But when I get to the sea I don't feel somehow that I want that early morning bathe nearly so much as I did when I was in town.
They could not bathe without their appliances, though the morning sun was calling and the last mists were rising from the dimpling stream.
Cheap enough too, if we're done with our old friend Flashey," said East, as they made off upstairs to bathe their wounds.
Lily began to bathe, and Darya Alexandrovna began to realize, if only in part, her expectations, if not of a peaceful, at least of a comfortable, life in the country.