Warning: References to mature subject matter. Nothing explicit...


show·er (shou'er)
n.
1. a brief period of rain, hail, sleet, or snow
2. a sudden abundant fall or downpour, as of tears, sparks, or light
3. a rush; outpouring a shower of praise

v. show·ered, show·er·ing, show·ers
1. (tr) to sprinkle or spray with or as if with a shower shower the powder into the milk
2. to fall or cause to fall in the form of a shower
3. (tr) to give (gifts, etc.) in abundance or present (a person) with (gifts, etc.) they showered gifts on him

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"That was the ARC," Matt said, putting the mobile back down on the side table, rolling over to kiss Emily on the cheek and rising from bed. "I'm going to grab a shower."

"I beg your pardon?" Most of the time, she believed they were speaking the same language. However, new points of confusion always seemed to arise.

"Oh, right. I haven't showed you…?"

Emily shook her head warily.

"It's a faster way to bathe." One of those grins spread across his face. "And far more interesting with a companion."

Emily raised a quizzical eyebrow, but took his hand, anyway.

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show·er (shou'er)
n.
4. a kind of bath in which a person stands upright and is sprayed with water from a nozzle
5. a kind of bath in which when accompanied little bathing is done

v. show·ered, show·er·ing, show·ers
4. (intr) to take a shower
5. (intr) to enjoy oneself immensely with a companion in a shower