(plural toilet papers)
- Paper, usually on a roll, to clean oneself after defecation, or to pat oneself dry after urination. (abbreviated TP)
(third-person singular simple present toilet papers, present participle toilet papering, simple past and past participle toilet papered)
- (US) To cover someone's house (trees and shrubs) with toilet paper or other similar paper product, often as a celebratory event, without the "victim's" knowledge. Sometimes also performed as an act of hazing.
- "The football team toilet papered the Smith's house again...this time with paper towels in their trees."
- (US): This particular verb is partly due to what Americans could call ghost stories.
- attributive form of toilet paper
- toilet-paper roll
(third-person singular simple present toilet-papers, present participle toilet-papering, simple past and past participle toilet-papered)
- To cover with toilet paper