Definition of dry sink in English:

dry sink

Syllabification: dry sink

noun

North American
An antique kitchen cabinet with an inset basin, now generally used as an ornament rather than for practical purposes.
More example sentences
  • Hers sported a washroom with water-closet; a well made twin-bed; a chest of drawers for his things; a dry sink and highly polished silver mirror; and a balcony.
  • Since I think I'm going to be in for the long haul, here, I casually lean my lithe whip of a body against one of the dry sinks and prop my elbows up against its cold, porcelain lip.
  • Carefully stripping off his tunic and shirt, he walked to his dry sink.

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