sanitarium

[ UK /sˌænɪtˈe‍əɹi‍əm/ ]
NOUN
  1. a hospital for recuperation or for the treatment of chronic diseases
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How To Use sanitarium In A Sentence

  • We engaged a nurse to look after the future patient of the "sanitarium" while we did our best to look for the sanitarium itself. Kent Knowles: Quahaug
  • You too will have to be walked out in a shuffle, the doormen now more like sanitarium orderlies than bouncers.
  • At first they lightheartedly recall their conjugal experiences, but with the recollection of the suicide of their mutual friend Barbara their thoughts darken into remembrance of Catharine's insanity and her time spent in a Swiss sanitarium. Poor Papa
  • Magda pushed her consciousness out, out, beyond the confining walls of the sanitarium. PAINT THE WIND
  • Without Heather Wallace, there was no guarantee that S would pay the sanitarium a visit—provided he was still breathing. Etched in Bone
  • You too will have to be walked out in a shuffle, the doormen now more like sanitarium orderlies than bouncers.
  • As the director of the sanitarium and a priest, the Abbe is torn between his administrative duties, his empathy for de Sade, and, in the end, his overflowing physical desire for Madeleine.
  • In the 1930s, TB was a lethal plague and people infected by the contagious bacterium were isolated in TB sanitariums - far from any city.
  • From the reconfigured condos that hide a secret shame to the stark settings of police stations and sanitariums, Rose keeps his apprehension pressing, never once letting the audience breathe.
  • The proof of the defendant showed that he was a tubercular and at the time of the trial was awaiting transportation to the tuberculosis sanitarium for treatment.
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