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  • noun Plural form of sickroom.

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Examples

  • Usually adjacent to the hospital was a complete religious complex, consisting of an atrium, "iuritzio," or chapel of the Virgin of Immaculate Conception, and the Huatapera or seat of indigenous government, which included sickrooms, living quarters for the "guengues" or "kenis," who were the building's caretakers.

    The Meseta Purepecha

  • Usually adjacent to the hospital was a complete religious complex, consisting of an atrium, "iuritzio," or chapel of the Virgin of Immaculate Conception, and the Huatapera or seat of indigenous government, which included sickrooms, living quarters for the "guengues" or "kenis," who were the building's caretakers.

    The Meseta Purepecha

  • The Blessed forbade torches in her healing rooms; she said their smoke polluted the air, and insisted that the sickrooms be illumined by lanterns that burned the scented oils she brewed.

    THE RIVER KINGS’ ROAD

  • I, who have been in all sickrooms, far and wide, say to you: Your wound is not so bad.

    The Metamorphosis, in The Penal Colony,and Other Stories

  • 'The pervasive presence of the sickroom scene in Victorian fiction' just mention the words and suddenly I'm noticing sickrooms all over the place and sitting up and taking more notice of what's going in them.

    The Sickroom in Victorian Fiction

  • Bleak House, my Dickens of a Read probably has plenty of sickrooms for me to wander through and my read of that will begin once Christmas does.

    The Sickroom in Victorian Fiction

  • 'The pervasive presence of the sickroom scene in Victorian fiction' just mention the words and suddenly I'm noticing sickrooms all over the place and sitting up and taking more notice of what's going in them.

    44 entries from December 2007

  • 'The pervasive presence of the sickroom scene in Victorian fiction' just mention the words and suddenly I'm noticing sickrooms all over the place and sitting up and taking more notice of what's going in them.

    The Sickroom in Victorian Fiction

  • Bleak House, my Dickens of a Read probably has plenty of sickrooms for me to wander through and my read of that will begin once Christmas does.

    44 entries from December 2007

  • Bleak House, my Dickens of a Read probably has plenty of sickrooms for me to wander through and my read of that will begin once Christmas does.

    The Sickroom in Victorian Fiction

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