Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Erroneous forms of sanatorium, sanatory.
- n. a hospital for recuperation or for the treatment of chronic diseases
“Ask not what country this has become, ask if there's not some nice quiet sanatarium in the country where Verso can be institutionalized.”
“If Cheney really believes this nonsense, he belongs in a sanatarium.”
“He is as mad and one way as a strapped down nut case in a sanatarium…..”
“His intention-which he had fulfilled within the month of taking possession-had been to establish his sanatarium for the treatment of mostly mental ills.”
“Where in the world did this canoe come from?" exclaimed Jack Markin, as he espied the boat in which Dorothy had escaped from the sanatarium.”
“But many places about Moleem are so, especially towards Nonkreem; and it is much to be regretted that some situation in this part of the range had not been selected for the site of a sanatarium instead of Churra.”
“The space being much greater, and the country more level, it would be better as a sanatarium than Churra, besides which, its access is as easy, it being reached in one day from”
“A shrewd monk, the business manager of the monastery near by, wanted to buy Morgan's house, set up a sanatarium and advertise it as a holy place.”
“Kandy to Neura-Ellia, a station established as a sanatarium, 6000 feet above the sea.”
“Kandy, the native capital, thence it proceeds on to the sanatarium of”
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