chamberpot


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chamberpot

(ˈtʃeɪmbəˌpɒt)
n
a vessel for urine, used in bedrooms
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chamberpot - a receptacle for urination or defecation in the bedroom
receptacle - a container that is used to put or keep things in
Translations

chamberpot

[ˈtʃeɪmbəˌpɒt] nvaso da notte
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Harry Potter and the Secret Chamberpot of Azerbaijan (2006)
This was a chamberpot, po or jerry, that was kept under the bed for times of necessity during the night.
She observed: "A chamberpot becomes alive when you say 'Nachttopf.
Using Ninette's urine-streaked chamberpot as a makeshift cauldron, the madam and the cook collect the material remnants of the girl--her hair, skin, nails, and blood--fragments that testify not to the mystical force of the charm but, as Jane Krause Demouy and Janis Stout have noted, to Ninette's physical vulnerability (Demouy 1983, 40; Stout 1995, 61).
org/cannock/theatre/ The traditional pantomime stars Shorelle Hepkin, who plays Kay in CBBC's Wolfblood, former Hollyoaks actor Darren John Langford as Lord Chamberpot and a return for veteran dame Keith De Winter.
LESS than 24 hours before the official opening of the PS30,000 Graig Park rugby ground at Penygraig an intruder climbed the 41ft-high goalposts and left as proof of his feat a chamberpot perched on top of one of the posts.
Earthenware chamberpot When I am summoned with a snap of the fingers and the slave delays, o how often has a pillow become my rival
A beautiful big chamberpot with roses on the side, and it's full to the brim with piss.
The rest of the cast is David Luke as Prince Valentine, Scott Worsfold as Nurse Nanny Nightingale, Fiona Egan as wicked Queen Carabosse, James Lavender as Lord Chamberpot, Jennifer Redston as Fairy Nuff and Gavin Coles as Simple Simon.
It is unbelievable that one little girl in one unnamed, hybrid South American country manages to meet a future guerrilla leader, to seduce the future head of the armed forces and to empty a chamberpot over the head of a cabinet minister.
And then there is the endless supply of parody performances like Harry Potter and the Secret Chamberpot of Azerbaijan and Spider-plant Man.
A unique item of Frankliniana (unfortunately not in the exhibit and probably lost to history), but described by Walter Isaacson, is a chamberpot with the great American philosopher's likeness embossed inside.