hot-water bottle

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hot-water bottle

a receptacle, now usually made of rubber, designed to be filled with hot water, used for warming a bed or parts of the body
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Elliot, who was passing them with her eager but uncertain movement, carrying in her hands a plate and an empty hot-water bottle.
Until recently, I never knew there was a range of luxury long hot-water bottles out there.
His two-and-a-half hour breakfast show was packed with singalong tunes (The Beatles' All You Need is Love and Got To Get You into My Life were the openers), listeners phoning in, an impromptu clarinet performance, a man who holds the world record for blowing up hot-water bottles.