nature stop

nature stop

Fig. a stop to use the toilet, especially during road travel. I think I need a nature stop when it's convenient. I left my comb back at the last nature stop.
See also: nature, stop

nature stop

n. a stop to use the toilet, especially during road travel. (Euphemistic.) I think I need a nature stop when it’s convenient.
See also: nature, stop
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Don't let a lazy nature stop you from doing your work.
He's not going to let a little thing like nature stop him.
She says she tries to capture those moments when nature stops you in your tracks, or when the landscape seems to echo your inner thoughts and feelings.
Landlord Lawson very kindly allowed this pair of team-mates a room in his house for a year, although the Rigsby of the north's good nature stops when it comes to the remote control And if County do stun Celtic, this trio, who clearly have a good taste when it comes to their newspaper, better be well stocked up just in case they get a visitor or 20 knocking on the door.
Nature stops us creating life past the age that we can reasonably expect to have enough years left to bring up that child.
This attitude is consistent from the initial pages of the book, where nature stops to pay homage to the infant John Henry, to the foreman's soliloquy on dynamiting and tunnel-making, and finally to John Henry's climatic hammering through the mountainside.