WORD OF THE DAY
Ablution
Latin, early 16th century
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, early 16th century
1

Bathing, especially as part of a routine or ritual

2

The act of washing something

Examples of Ablution in a sentence

“She prepared the altar with the necessary pitcher of water and perfumes for the ablution.”

“Every morning she read the paper over a cup of tea, then completed the ablution of the dirty dishes and then herself.”