A (wash) Basin Meaning in Hindi


  1. 1. चिलमची (p. cilamacI )

A (wash) Basin Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "He poured water into a basin and began to wash his disciples’ feet, drying them with the towel that was wrapped around him. JOHN 13:5"
- Anne Graham Lotz, Fixing My Eyes on Jesus: Daily Moments in His Word

2. "Jesus gave us a model for the work of the church at the Last Supper. While his disciples kept proposing more organization ─ Hey, let's elect officers, establish hierarchy, set standards of professionalism ─ Jesus quietly picked up a towel and basin of water and began to wash their feet."
- Philip Yancey, Church: Why Bother?: My Personal Pilgrimage

3. "He looks about the room at the few sticks of furniture, at the dirty bed sheets and the wash basin with the dirty water still in it, and he says: "I am a slave!" Every day he says it, not once, but a dozen times. And then he takes his guitar from the wall and sings."
- Henry Miller, Tropic of Cancer

4. "lave v. [trans.] POETIC/LITERARY wash: she ran cold water in the basin, laving her face and hands. (of water) wash against or over (something): the sea below laved the shore with small, agitated waves. la·va·tion n. Old English lafian, from Latin lavare 'to wash'; reinforced in Middle English by Old French laver. lav·en·der n. 1 a small aromatic evergreen shrub of the mint family, with narrow leaves and bluish-purple flowers. Lavender has been widely used in perfumery and medicine since ancient times.  Genus Lavandula, family Labiatae. - the flowers and stalks of such a shrub dried and used to give a pleasant"
- Erin McKean, The New Oxford American Dictionary

5. " man saw that the water in his basin didn’t get dirty, and the dirty man realized why the clean man had gone to wash. So, this time, the dirty chimneysweep went and washed. Piotr listened to this, with his mouth open, half in fright and half in curiosity. And now the third question. The pair falls down the flue a third time. Which of the two goes to wash? From now on, the dirty one will go and wash, Wrong again. Did you ever hear of two men falling down the same flue and one remaining clean while the other got dirty? There, that’s what the Talmund is like."
- Primo Levi, If Not Now

6. "la·va·bo n. (pl. -boes) (in the Roman Catholic Church) a towel or basin used for the ritual washing of the celebrant's hands at the offertory of the Mass. - ritual washing of this type. - DATED a washbasin. - a washing trough in a monastery. mid 18th cent.: from Latin, literally 'I will wash', in Lavabo inter innocentes manus meas 'I will wash my hands among the innocent' (Ps. 26:6), which was recited at the washing of hands in the Roman rite. la·va dome n. a mound of viscous lava that has been extruded from a volcanic vent. la·va flow n. a mass of flowing or solidified lava. la·vage n. [MEDICINE] washing out of a body cavity, such as the colon"
- Erin McKean, The New Oxford American Dictionary

7. "Wash the spears—Life is a dream. Wash the spears—All dreams must end."
- Robert Jordan, The Shadow Rising

8. "poured water into a basin. He moved the basin to the table. Julia reached for the water hesitantly. Let me help. Rafe pulled a chair around the corner of the wooden plank"
- Mary Connealy, Out of Control

9. "A CORKSCREW PLUME of dust raced across the basin, heading deeper into the trackless desert of the Pan’potsun Odhan."
- Steven Erikson, Deadhouse Gates

10. "(Kaylee) Tell me I'm pretty, Wash. (Wash) Were I unwed I would take you in a manly fashion. (kaylee) Because I'm pretty? (Wash) Because you're pretty."
- Quote by Brett Matthews

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