Usage examples for latrine

  1. The best gardens had a fruit tree, herbs, flowers, a well, and a latrine area. – Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed. by S. A. Reilly
  2. Three at a time we were escorted by sentries to the latrine beneath the school opposite, and that was the only momentary glimpse we had of the outer world, save what little could be seen through the barred windows. – A Prisoner in Turkey by John Still
  3. When I came to the latrine, I pretended to enter the door but actually stepped behind the hut, and walked rapidly away, keeping the hut between the sentry and myself. – The Escaping Club by A. J. Evans
  4. When I wasn't batting or playing third, I sat in the latrine and came out only when they needed me. – The Biography of a Rabbit by Roy Benson, Jr.
  5. Her meager supply of personal items needed for the ten- day patrol were stowed in a small locker and she shared the latrine with the male members of the team. – Code Three by Rick Raphael
  6. A good story, the humor of the latrine, was a better key to respectability than an honest doubt. – San Cristóbal de la Habana by Joseph Hergesheimer
  7. There was one public latrine in each ward and about twelve dung- carts for the whole city. – Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed. by S. A. Reilly
  8. What I hear, the place is on a tributary of the Usumacinta River, a latrine they call the Rio Tigre. – Life Blood by Thomas Hoover
  9. In addition to the large central sitting- room, where four of us had to sleep, there were three small bedrooms on the same floor, also a kitchen, a latrine, and a tiny paved room where the shower- bath hung. – A Prisoner in Turkey by John Still
  10. 2. A shelter extension to latrine. – South with Scott by Edward R. G. R. Evans
  11. While five girls were engaged in completing the tent arrangements, Miss Mason and the other girls in the Patrol sought a suitable spot for the latrine. – Natalie: A Garden Scout by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  12. Across the passageway was a tiny latrine and shower. – Code Three by Rick Raphael
  13. The latrine was usually not in the house, but somewhere in the back garden area. – Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed. by S. A. Reilly
  14. Number Four changed by the addition of an extra latrine for the second floor. – Take the Reason Prisoner by John Joseph McGuire
  15. We took turns washing up, three at a time, in the little ship's latrine which, for some reason going back to sailing- ship days on Terra, was called the " head." – Four-Day Planet by Henry Beam Piper