Word of the Day: Ablution
Ablution is the act of washing or cleansing the body. Usually it refers to a religious rite, and it can also indicate the liquid used in the rite.
It was in this environment — tense and riddled with suspicion — that Anan says soldiers and police grabbed him, his father and several others at ablution before morning prayers. (USA Today)
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Because the mosque itself has what may seem like an off-balanced placement on its lot — it faces Mecca — the new school was designed in relation to that placement, and also in relation to the ablution room. (NY Times)
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