Footbath
Footbath Foot"bath`, n. A bath for the feet; also, a vessel used in bathing the feet. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • footbath — noun a small bathtub for warming or washing or disinfecting the feet • Hypernyms: ↑bathtub, ↑bathing tub, ↑bath, ↑tub * * * ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun 1. : a bath for cleansing, warming, or disinfecting the feet (as at the entrance to an indoor swimming… …   Useful english dictionary

  • footbath — noun Date: 1599 a bath for cleansing, warming, soothing, or disinfecting the feet …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • footbath — /foot bath , bahth /, n., pl. footbaths / badhz , bahdhz , baths , bahths /. 1. a bath for soothing or cleaning the feet. 2. a shallow receptacle containing chemically treated water for disinfecting the feet, as in a shower room or at the… …   Universalium

  • footbath — noun a small bath designed for washing feet …   Wiktionary

  • footbath — foot·bath fu̇t .bath, .bȧth n a bath for cleansing, warming, soothing, or disinfecting the feet …   Medical dictionary

  • footbath — n. bath for washing the feet …   English contemporary dictionary

  • footbath — foot•bath [[t]ˈfʊtˌbæθ, ˌbɑθ[/t]] n. pl. baths [[t] ˌbæðz, ˌbɑðz, ˌbæθs, ˌbɑθs[/t]] cvb a bath for disinfecting the feet, as in a shower room or at the entrance to a swimming pool • Etymology: 1590–1600 …   From formal English to slang

  • footbath — /ˈfʊtbaθ/ (say footbahth) noun 1. the act of bathing the feet. 2. an apparatus for this purpose …   Australian English dictionary

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