Entry from British & World English dictionary
A glass for holding toothbrushes or dentures, or one used as a tumbler for mouthwash.
- It would be childish to fill a toothglass with water and pour it under the door, I reprove myself.
- In his own room he would never have exposed himself quite like this: the dirty toothglass, the towel on the bed.
- This can be achieved by sealing the cleaning toilet with a toilet strip, by wrapping the washed tumbler in a new toothglass bag and by providing guests with items such as sanibags and tissues.
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