As between himself and Bathhouse John, the other First Ward fixture on the Board of Aldermen, it is generally conceded that Hinky Dink is the more able and intelligent.
He and his colleague, Bathhouse John, have figured in my mind as a pair of absurd, imaginary figures, such as might have been invented by some whimsical son of a comic supplement like Winsor McCay.
One was the famous pair of First Ward aldermen who have attained a national fame under their nick-names, "Hinky Dink" and "Bathhouse John.
The bathhouseis consumed by fire, and the town is all agog with excitement.
He proceeds to the bathhouse to take his ablution, and thence to the synagogue, leaving the tailor all the while in his pocket.
Now this bathhouse detail will teach ya so you can get a job in a Turkish bath when ya get out o' the army.
When she comes near the bathhouse you must seize her and kiss her.
Do you go and hide yourself by the bathhouse down by the lake.
As soon as she came near the bathhouse the Prince sprang out from behind it and caught her in his arms and kissed her.
The Brownies now raced off to the bathhouse to dress.
From thebathhouse Barney brought a long-handled net.
Lockers were provided in thebathhouse for the safekeeping of all valuables.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "bathhouse" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word. Other words: bath; bathhouse; bathroom; baths; lavatory; washroom