commodes

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plural of commode
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A toilet
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A chair containing a chamber pot
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{n} a woman's headdress
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water closet
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> A chest of drawers
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A commode is another term for a toilet
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Small, low chest with doors or drawers
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A night stand with a compartment for holding a chamber vessel
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a tall elegant chest of drawers
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A kind of headdress formerly worn by ladies, raising the hair and fore part of the cap to a great height
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Toilet The device which receives and flushes bodily waste KOHLER toilets are available with either round-front or elongated bowl styling Also known by a variety of other names, including water closet and bowl
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A piece of furniture, so named according to temporary fashion A chest of drawers or a bureau
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A euphemism for toilet
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a woman's ornate cap popular in the late 17th and early 18th centuries
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A stand for a washbowl and jug
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{i} chest, cabinet; toilet
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A commode is a movable piece of furniture shaped like a chair, which has a large pot below or inside it. It is used as a toilet, especially by people who are too ill to be able to walk easily
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French term for a chest-of-drawers
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a plumbing fixture for defecation and urination
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A commode is a toilet. Piece of furniture resembling the English chest of drawers, used in France from the late 17th century. Most had marble tops, and some were fitted with pairs of doors. André-Charles Boulle was among the first to make commodes, which were heavy in form and elaborately decorated in marquetry veneers and ormolu. In the Louis XV period (1715-74), extravagant curves and flamboyant surface ornament became fashionable. The 19th-century commode lost its decorative features and became purely functional
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A movable sink or stand for a wash bowl, with closet
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A low chest of drawers on short legs
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A kind of close stool
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    [ k&-'mOd ] (noun.) 1688. French, from commode, adjective, suitable, convenient, from Latin commodus, from com- + modus measure; more at METE.

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