a person or thing that bathes.
bathers, (used with a plural verb) Australian Informal. a bathing suit.
Historical Examples

Wrapped in this fine tissue, she was more like an antique marble statue of a bather than a live woman.
A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 George Saintsbury

There it paused as a bather pauses ere she steps into the fountain.
The World’s Desire H. Rider Haggard and Andrew Lang

Shouting, “I come,” I raised my hands above my head and dived as a bather dives, dived into the black gulf beneath.
Ayesha H. Rider Haggard

The bather, the shoulders of Orion-they all meant nothing, and were going nowhere.
The Longest Journey E. M. Forster

Her expression was that of a bather enjoying the cool fresh water that laved and gurgled round her.
The Bride of the Nile, Complete Georg Ebers

The bather stands in the centre of the apparatus, with the ribs encircling him.
The Turkish Bath Robert Owen Allsop

A bather plunged into the pool with a tremendous splash, but Paul did not waken.
Mr. Prohack E. Arnold Bennett

In the sense of luxurious ease with which it envelops the bather, it is unrivaled on earth.
My Native Land James Cox

In this connection, I believe it can be compared with the bather who goes into the water one step at a time.
A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis Melvin Powers

This was followed by the rustling of garments as the bather dressed.
A Daughter of the Dons William MacLeod Raine


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