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- n. Plural form of lazarette.
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In terms of medical care, the Germans equipped prison camps with lazarettes, quarantine stations, apothecaries, and hospital wards to care for wounded and sick Allied prisoners.
Some afterdecks have lazarettes for storing equipment.
The sleeping-sickness has given rise to several hospitals, or lazarettes, conducted by the missionaries.
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I like fresh air as a rule, but for once in a while I don't mind bein 'squoze; and, as lazarettes go, yours ought to be nice and roomy. "