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bathe

verb To wash by immersion; to subject to a bath.
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Moore was supposed to play the role of Sierra, but the part was ultimately given to Bathe after the cast's first table read.
The ability to bathe independently is valued highly, and its gradual decline is lamented across care receivers and caregivers.
Peekaboo cut-outs on carved wood mirrors beguile, inviting would-be odalisques to lounge upon Bathe Home's enticingly-patterned plump cushions.
Dominic Shepherd of the Environment Agency, said: "Our new profiles provide the most comprehensive information yet on the cleanliness of bathing waters, helping the public to make more informed choices about the best locations to bathe.
This bathing suite renovation, part of the renovation of the whole skilled nursing floor at Masonic Homes, creates a warm and healing spa-like environment to encourage senior residents to bathe, and to inspire the staff to offer a healing bathing experience for seniors.
1 : to take a bath <I like to bathe in the evening.
This day he and Mr Aldred rode to the sea to bathe, but a year later he and his family bathed to help cure a skin disease.
After reviewing what is known about H5N1, including evidence from East Asia where H5N1 has been widespread in the bird population since 2003, and after reviewing current knowledge about other zoonoses (animal diseases capable of infecting humans) ECDC scientists have concluded that the possible presence of wild birds infected with H5N1 near bodies of water where people bathe presents little or no risk to human health.
But for people who can no longer bathe on their own, it can be a dreaded chore.
The High-Low feature allows the caregiver to raise the tub and bathe the resident without having to bend over.
How would you like to bathe in a French slipper, like Ben Franklin?