hot water bottle


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hot water bottle

A rubber or plastic bottle or bag for applying dry heat to circumscribed areas and for keeping moist applications warm.
Synonym: hot water bag
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I once saw a truly impressive strongman trick where a muscle-bound hero blew up a hot water bottle, making it explode.
With the advent of antibiotics and precision surgical instruments, treatments for painful infection of the middle ear, or otitis media, have become more sophisticated than hot water bottles and salt.
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I have a habit of leaving my trusted hot water bottle in hotel bedrooms all over Great Britain, indeed the world," she said.
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Even though my wife and I receive this payment we still use hot water bottles, wear thick jumpers and cover our knees with thick blankets, and we make our payments pay for winter and spring bills, we don't waste it.
I fell asleep on the hot water bottle and forgot to put the outer cover on.
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The former Thick of It actor even clutched a hot water bottle between takes and seemed keen to shelter in the famous blue police box as the pair filmed the latest series of the long-running BBC sci-fi hit.