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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishablutionsa‧blu‧tions /əˈbluːʃənz/ noun [plural] formal  DHCif you perform your ablutions, you wash yourself – sometimes used humorously
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ablutionsAt twelve o'clock the class was dismissed, and there followed a rush for the toilets and ablutions.Hurriedly she finished her ablutions, pulled on her clothes and went to investigate.As with all my ablutions, the shave follows a definite and predetermined pattern.If by chance he does he purges himself by religiously prescribed ablutions.The ablutions, cookhouse and accommodation are checked for cleanliness, these jobs being a major headache in a platoon location.
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