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See also: gentlemen's

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

Gentlemen's (plural Gentlemen's)

  1. Alternative letter-case form of gentlemen's: a lavatory intended for use by men.
    • 1933, James Ian Arbuthnot Frazer as "Shamus Frazer", Acorned Hog, page 78:
      Over on that platform's the general waiting-room,... and over there's the Gentlemen's, and, any'ow, everythink's written up.

ReferencesEdit

  • "gentleman, n." in the Oxford English Dictionary (1898), Oxford: Oxford University Press.