adj. Relating to something positioned beside or within reach of a toilet.
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Many Type-A bathrooms are showing up in high-end "smart homes," which feature computer systems that let homeowners control music, temperature and lights from wall-mounted touch pads. Now, builders and interior designers say, more owners also want toilet-side technology. Future Home, a Los Angeles-based entertainment-system installer, says half of its clients request tech gear in the bathroom, up from about 10% five years ago.
—Jon Weinbach & Peggy Edersheim Kalb, “The Type-A Bathroom,” The Wall Street Journal, February 03, 2006
Still, this is an exemplary piece of toilet-side literature which should please neophytes and aficionados alike.
—John Lewis, “'Goodbye Again: The Definitive Peter Cook and Dudley Moore',” Time Out, October 27, 2004
1989 (earliest)
Needless to say, the frog went belly up one day. After a brief mourning period, we had a private toilet-side service.
—Jerry Zezima, “When Pet Frog Arrives, It's Wise to Check Up on Phase 2,” Los Angeles Times, October 28, 1989
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